Editorial: Malcolm X See all items with this value
This response to Malcolm X's visit to Dartmouth critiques the "extremism" of Malcolm X and the Black Muslims as fringe participants in the Civil Rights Movement. While the author defends Malcolm X's right to put forth his arguments, they choose to praise him and his followers for liberalizing the movement, thereby normalizing "moderate" groups with achievable goals, such as the NAACP, CORE, and Urban League. See all items with this value
Place of Publication
The Dartmouth, Inc.
The Dartmouth, “Editorial: Malcolm X.” Jan. 27, 1965. Hanover, NH: The Dartmouth, Inc., 1965. Reference LH1.D3 D2, Rauner Special Collections Library. See all items with this value