Comparison on Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. : Who had more influence over the Civil Rights Movement
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August 18, 2015
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The men's later beliefs were formed in their youth.
King was raised in a middle-class home where his parents knew the value of a good education. The environment was one filled with dreams, love and strong values where he could grow and mature with confidence. On the contrary, X's childhood was not as pleasant...
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Coming from an underprivileged home, he had little schooling and instead turned to drugs. The abuse he saw from his father, who was later murdered at the hands of a white man, and the abuse he suffered, under his mother would be crucial in his later actions. One of Malcolm X's first vivid memories was of when his home was being burned by the Ku Klux Klan...
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