"I’m leaving education. I don’t recognize the history being taught. I don’t recognize my home state. I barely recognize the country in which I live. I hope this cultural revolution recedes, but in the meantime I will spend the rest of my life fighting it so that my descendants don’t have to."
Over 50 years later, Malcolm X's autobiography continues to have relevance for a nation coping with the problems of racism and cultural decadence.
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