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Lowe Kia Lowe Professor Roark-Diehl English 111 October 24 th , 2016 Annotated Bibliography "Feb. 21, 1965 Malcolm X Is Assassinated by Black Muslims." The Learning Network. The New York Times Company, 21 Feb. 2012. Web. 18 Oct. 2016. In “Feb. 21, 1965 Malcolm X Is Assassinated by Black Muslims”, The Learning Network recounts the life of Malcolm X as well as the day of his assassination. Malcolm’s life was as inflammatory as his words, which led not only to his leaving the Nation of Islam but also a victim of death threats. Though his message changed from violence to peace over time, he was already a marked man. The source is an objective view on the happenings in Malcolm’s life, and semi-debunks my theory. There is no mention of government involvement, leading the finger to the Nation of Islam for the involvement of Malcolm’s assassination. I will use this as the opposing argument to my theory, that instead of the government it was only the Nation of Islam involved in the assassination. In all, I disagree that it was just the Nation of Islam though. Potash, John. "Real Black History Month - Malcolm X: Evidence of US Intelligence Assassination." Reader Supported News. N.p., 23 Jan. 2011. Web. 12 Oct. 2016. 1
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Lowe In “Real Black History Month – Malcolm X: Evidence of US Intelligence Assassination”, Potash provides evidence of government involvement in the downfall of Malcolm X. Using information
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