"Invisible Man" and Malcolm X
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This paper maintains that neither Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man" nor the views expressed by Malcolm X in his autobiography and speeches paints an image of an individual who is politically irrational and irresponsible. The paper argues both modified their ideologies as they evolved to encompass reason and unity.
From the Paper:" Progress evolves slowly in societies primarily because it takes time for new ideas to become accepted as norms in a collective community. During the era of Ralph Ellison and Malcolm X progress pertaining to civil rights ..."
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