Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X.
Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, being men of great figurative speech, had similar levels of integrity on segregation, voting ability, equal opportunity, opposition of violence, but differed in the involvement on sit-ins demonstration. They changed segregation laws, in a way that will be suitable for African Americans.
In Malcolm X's "Ballot or the Bullet," he spoke about how segregation laws could be stopped and how they could help stop it. Fore instance, he said things like if the blacks go ahead and do whatever they feel is right and is equal to what the whites are doing, there wou…
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