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During this time, he was minister of Temple Number Seven and was organizer of several other  temples around the country. He became increasingly close to Elijah Muhammad, both as an adviser  and a friend. Early in 1958, Malcolm was married to Betty X, a member of his congregation. During  the next seven years, they had four daughters, Attilah, Qubilah, Ilyasah, and Amiliah. In 1959, the Black Muslims began to attract nationwide publicity. They were the subject of a  television documentary, "The Hate That Hate Produced," which focused primarily on Elijah  Muhammad and Malcolm, emphasizing the organization's separatist doctrines and official hatred of  whites. This program, along with C. Eric Lincoln's book  Black Muslims in America  and a series of  violent confrontations with the police, rapidly vaulted Malcolm into national prominence as a symbol  of, and spokesman for, the "angry black man." Because he was a symbol of racial hatred, he had 
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course ENG 1320 taught by Professor Bost during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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