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The death of Malcolm X will always be remembered as an unjust act that severely hurt the civil rights movement in America in the 1960s. The views that Malcolm had used in his life reflected the 1960s very well; they were unsure and confused.8 Another way in which 1965 was expressed was through literature...
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John Berryman wrote a three-part poem in 1965 called "77 Dream Songs." This poem expressed bizarre and uncanny situations in which there was no foreshadowing to future events. Ironically, this reflected 1965 very well. Everything in the sixties was so unpredictable and odd as events went on. Since there were so many different civil and political views that were exchanged in the world at this time, chaotic and unprecedented events occurred...
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