"The Autobiography of Malcolm X" Alex Haley (1965)

From hustling, drug addiction and armed violence in America's black ghettos Malcolm X turned, in a dramatic prison conversion, to the puritanical fervour of the Black Muslims. As their spokesman he became identified in the white press as a terrifying teacher of race hatred; but to his direct audience, the oppressed American blacks, he brought hope and self-respect. This autobiography (written with Alex Haley) reveals his quick-witted integrity, usually obscured by batteries of frenzied headlines, and the fierce idealism which led him to reject both liberal hypocrisies and black racialism.

Title: The Autobiography of Malcolm X
Author: Alex Haley
Publisher: Groove Press, Inc. New York
Year: 1965
Number of pages: 460

:: Contents ::

Front Matter
Title Page and Credits
The Autobiography of Malcolm X
Chapter One: Nightmare
Chapter Two: Mascot
Chapter Three: Homeboy
Chapter Four: Laura
Chapter Five: Harlemite
Chapter Six: Detroit Red
Chapter Seven: Hustler
Chapter Eight: Trapped
Chapter Nine: Caught
Chapter Ten: Satan
Chapter Eleven: Saved
Chapter Twelve: Savior
Chapter Thirteen: Minister Malcolm X
Chapter Fourteen: Black Muslims
Chapter Fifteen: Icarus
Chapter Sixteen: Out
Chapter Seventeen: Mecca
Chapter Eighteen: El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz
Chapter Nineteen: 1965 

Epilogue by Ossie Davis On Malcolm X

"The Autobiography of Malcolm X"

Alex haley, The 1st edition, 1965

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