The Autobiography of Malcolm X | Study Guide

Malcolm X and Alex Haley

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Malcolm X Hustler; Muslim minister; relentless champion of black nationalism Spouses Mentor and betrayer Mentor Mother Father Spouses Friends and rivals Elijah Muhammad Secretive, paranoid, and intolerant leader of the Nation of Islam Betty Shabazz Nursing student; devoted member of the Nation of Islam Earl Little Fiercely independent Baptist minister Louise Little West Indian woman; has a gift for intuition Shorty Jazz musician and hustler in Roxbury West Indian Archie Gambler in Harlem
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