Compare and Contrast the Aims and Methods of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X.
These great leaders came from vastly different backgrounds which is shown in their thinking on life, especially early on. Martin was a Christian from the rural south, whilst Malcolm had become a Muslim from the urban north. King called for love of your neighbour, integration and nonviolence, which was part of his American Dream. Malcolm X called for self-love, separation, and "
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Alton B. Pollard, Martin and Malcolm and the African-American Struggle, http://www.jahin fosys.com/csrm/pllrd.html, (1998).
Elke Moritz, Two Roads to Freedom: Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X: Nonviolence or "Freedom - by any means necessary."?, http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~moritz/2roads.html, (1992).