• anonymous
Which of these statements from Walking with the Wind: A Memoir of the Movement by John Lewis is an implicitly stated opinion on the nation's state of affairs during the civil rights movement? @sweetpeagirl @keigh2015 @solomonzelman
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  • anonymous
A:I've said this many times: If he had been born in another time, in another place, or of another race, A. Philip Randolph would have been a prime minister, or a president, or a king. B:The movement had a goal of an integrated society, an interracial democracy, a Beloved Community. What Malcolm X represented were the seeds of something different, something that would eventually creep into the movement itself and split it apart. C:He was the undisputed leader, the undisputed symbol of what the movement had come to, at least at that point in time. His very presence spoke for itself. D: There was a tremendous need then, and there remains a need today, for someone to take hold of the urban centers in the North and give them that sense of direction.
  • Keigh2015
I think a
  • anonymous

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