MALCOLM X: COLLECTED SPEECHES IN PAPERBACK!

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MALCOLM X: COLLECTED SPEECHES
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Never before available! These brand new paperbacks are the most complete collection of Malcolm X speeches ever assembled! This is the most comprehensive collection ever published of Malcolm X’s speeches, debates and interviews. No other collection includes this much material from one of the world’s most important human rights leaders. Arranged chronologically and containing the full version of never-before-published speeches, these two volumes show the evolution of Malcolm X’s philosophy from 1960 to 1965. These two volumes contain more than 80 speeches, debates and interviews by Malcolm X including some of his most famous speeches including, “The Ballot or the Bullet”, “A Message to the Grassroots” and his debate at the Oxford Union. There has NEVER been a collection like this!
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Table of Contents - Volume One

1960
Barry Gray Interview (WMCA-FM) (March 10, 1960)
The Negro’s Position in the Recent American Society (May 5, 1960)
Bayard Rustin Debate (November, 1960)

1961

The American Negro: Problems and Solutions  (March 24, 1961)
Speech at the Embassy (April 16, 1961)
Open Mind: The Black Muslims in America (April 23, 1961)
Harlem Freedom Rally (May 13, 1961)
Open Mind: The New Negro (October 15, 1961)
Eleanor Fischer Interview (1961)

1962

Bayard Rustin Debate (February 15, 1962)
Dick Elman Interview (May 1, 1962)
The Crisis of Racism (May 1, 1962)
Ronald Stokes Memorial Service (May 5, 1962)
Ed Harvey Interview (September 26, 1962)
Yale Law School (October 20, 1962)

1963

Michigan State University (January 23, 1963)
City Desk Interview (March 17, 1963)
The Black Revolution (April 8, 1963)
Red Benson Interview (April 26, 1963)
Alex Haley Interview (May 6, 1963)
WUST-FM Interview (May 12, 1963)
Abyssinian Baptist Church (June 12, 1963)
Open Mind: Race Relations in Crisis (June 12, 1963)
Dr. Kenneth Clark Interview (June 24, 1963)
James Baldwin Debate (September 5, 1963)
The Old Negro and the New Negro (September, 1963)
Address to the Ford Hall Forum (October 6, 1963)
UC Berkeley Interview (October 11, 1963)
UC Berkeley Speech (October 11, 1963)
Austin Clarke Interview (October 13, 1963)
A Message to the Grassroots (November 10, 1963)
Columbia University (November 20, 1963)
God’s Judgment of White America (December 1, 1963)

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Table of Contents - Volume Two

1965

A Visit From the FBI (February 4, 1964)
A Declaration of Independence (March 12, 1964)
A. B. Spellman Interview (March 17, 1964)
Leverett House Forum (March 18, 1964)
The Ballot or the Bullet (April 3, 1964)
The Ballot or the Bullet (April 12, 1964)
Letter From Mecca (April 20, 1964)
University of Ghana (May 13, 1964)
Return from Mecca Press Conference (May 21, 1964)
The Harlem Hate Gang Scare (May 29, 1964)
Robert Penn Warren Interview (June 2, 1964)
Ed Harvey Interview (June 4, 1964)
Bob Kennedy Interview (June 25, 1964)
OAAU Founding Rally (June 28, 1964)
Second OAAU Rally (July 5, 1964)
Milton Henry Interview (July 24, 1964)
African Summit Conference (August 21, 1964)
Second African Summit Conference (August 21, 1964)
Racism: The Cancer That is Destroying America (August 25, 1964)
OAAU Homecoming Rally (November 29, 1964)
Les Crane Interview (December 27, 1964)
Oxford Union Debate (December 3, 1964)
HARYOU-ACT Forum (December 12, 1964)
Abdulrahman Mohamed Babu Introduction (December 13, 1964)
The African Revolution and its Impact Upon the American Negro (December 16, 1964)
Fannie Lou Hamer Introduction (December 20, 1964)
By Any Means Necessary (December 20, 1964)
Bernice Bass Interview (December 27, 1964)
Claude Lewis Interview (December 31, 1964)

1965

Speech to SNCC Civil Rights Workers (January 1, 1965)
Tuskegee Institute Campus Digest (February 3, 1965)
Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church (February 4, 1965)
Front Page Challenge (January 5, 1965)
Prospects for Freedom in 1965 (January 7, 1965)
Young Socialist Magazine Interview (January 18, 1965)
Pierre Berton Interview (January 19, 1965)
Tuskegee Institute Interview (February 3, 1965)
On Afro-American History (January 24, 1965)
Harry Ring Interview (WBAI-FM) (January 28, 1965)
Irving Kupcinet Interview (January 30, 1965)
The Oppressed Masses of the World Cry Out for Action  (February 11, 1965)
After the Firebombing (February 14, 1965)
There’s A Worldwide Revolution Going On (February 15, 1965)
Not Just an American Problem, But a World Problem (February 16, 1965)
Stan Bernard Interview (WINS-AM) (February 18, 1965)
Al-Muslimoon Magazine Interview (February 20, 1965)
Program of the Organization of Afro-American Unity (February 21, 1965)

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