Type: Paperback and Digital Book
A testament of great emotional power, the book presents the Malcolm X that very few knew, the man behind the stereotyped firebrand - a sensitive, proud, highly intelligent man who passionately and lucidly articulated the struggle and the beliefs of African Americans in the 1960s. Cut short by the riddle of assassins' bullets, Malcolm X held the premonition that he would not live long enough to see this book appear. It is,in its dead level honesty, an established classic of modern America. 'The most important book I'll ever read. It changed the way I thought; it changed the way I acted' - Spike Lee.