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Malcolm X: The FBI File

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The FBI opened its file on Malcolm X shortly after his release from a Boston prison in March 1953. Twelve years later — on February 21, 1965 — he was assassinated in a hail of bullets. Yet his fascinating story survived his violent death — and a vital part of that story is found here in Malcolm X: The FBI File. This extraordinary work distills the voluminous file kept on the most controversial and charismatic civil rights leader, which ran to more than thirty-six hundred pages. Accompanied by the incisive commentaries of Clayborne Carson, a leading scholar of the American Civil Rights movement, this is a fascinating biographical and historical document, one that sheds light on both Malcolm X and the government compelled to monitor him.

Synopsis:

The FBI opened its file on Malcolm X shortly after his release from a Boston prison in March 1953. Twelve years later — on February 21, 1965 — he was assassinated in a hail of bullets. Yet his fascinating story survived his violent death — and a vital part of that story is found here in Malcolm X: The FBI File. This extraordinary work distills the voluminous file kept on the most controversial and charismatic civil rights leader, which ran to more than thirty-six hundred pages. Accompanied by the incisive commentaries of Clayborne Carson, a leading scholar of the American Civil Rights movement, this is a fascinating biographical and historical document, one that sheds light on both Malcolm X and the government compelled to monitor him.

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 49-53) and index.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780881847581
Subtitle:
The FBI File
Designed:
Lee, Spike
Author:
King, Martin Luther
Author:
Carson, Clayborne
Author:
Commentaries by Claybourne Carson
Author:
Carson, Clayborne
Author:
Lee, Spike
Publisher:
Basic Books
Location:
New York :
Subject:
General
Subject:
People of Color
Subject:
Biography
Subject:
History
Subject:
United states
Subject:
Afro-americans
Subject:
Minority Studies
Subject:
African Americans
Subject:
Black muslims
Subject:
Black Muslims -- Biography.
Subject:
General History
Copyright:
Edition Description:
1st Carroll & Graf ed.
Series Volume:
v. 65 & 66
Publication Date:
19930121
Binding:
TP
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
514
Dimensions:
9.20x6.16x1.35 in. 1.59 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , The FBI opened its file on Malcolm X shortly after his release from a Boston prison in March 1953. Twelve years later — on February 21, 1965 — he was assassinated in a hail of bullets. Yet his fascinating story survived his violent death — and a vital part of that story is found here in Malcolm X: The FBI File. This extraordinary work distills the voluminous file kept on the most controversial and charismatic civil rights leader, which ran to more than thirty-six hundred pages. Accompanied by the incisive commentaries of Clayborne Carson, a leading scholar of the American Civil Rights movement, this is a fascinating biographical and historical document, one that sheds light on both Malcolm X and the government compelled to monitor him.
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