Analysis Of Malcolm X Vs America

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The main conflict of this autobiography is Man vs. Society as Malcolm X vs. America’s society. Malcolm struggles against the racism of America and at the same time he domestic problems of different civil rights organization including the Nation of Islam. Firstly, Malcolm starts off in a broken family where he is raised in the country, which results in poverty, his father’s death, mother’s mental illness, destruction f his family and mostly pure racism. He states, “In those days white people in the North usually would ‘adopt’ just a few Negroes; the white kids made great things about us. They called us ‘n*****s’ and ‘darkie’ and ‘Rastus’ so much that we thought those were our natural names” (9). Seeing how Malcolm’s past helps us understand

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