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Laura Dunn Instructor Anyango English 2: Ideas and Values in Literature 3/29/07 Quote A Essay In the true angry, opinionated fashion that is Malcolm X, he turns things around for a period by actually saying he agrees with a white man—and a Southern white man at that. I’m right with the Southern white man who believes that you can't have so-called ‘integration’, at least not for long, without intermarriage increasing. And what good is this for anyone? Let’s again face reality. In a world as color-hostile as this, man or woman, black or white, what do they want with a mate of the other race? (X, 282) During this time, Malcolm X saw integration as unreasonable, and more of an obstacle than an effort to help the race issue. He would rather have seen a separation of the races so that they both may appreciate their own societies without the other present, and grow and prosper in that way. He believed that a revolution was needed, not simply laws passed to appease both sides for a time. The word for revolution in German is Unwälzung.
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course EN 102 taught by Professor Anyango during the Spring '08 term at Union.

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