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Malcolm X and his break from the Nation

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Submitted by Alexander West (United States), Aug 12, 2006 at 05:11

The Nation didnt plan his assasination. He was assasinated by people who were not even a part of the Nation. Also, dont blame the Nation for somthing they didnt have no ties with because you wouldnt want anyone saying the same about an organization that help benifited your people and made them feel proud of who they are and respected.

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