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When he suggested that change should be brought about “by any means necessary,” Malcolm X was stating violence would be necessary to achieve civil rights goals. fostering an atmosphere of nonviolence. opposing any type of violent action to achieve civil rights goals. indicating his views on segregation.

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  1. paki
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    ur guess here...?

  2. anonymous
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    A

  3. paki
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    yeah it's A... stating violence would be necessary to achieve civil rights goals." In this way Malcolm X disagreed with Martin Luther King, who advocated for peaceful protests only....

  4. anonymous
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    Awesome thank you @paki

  5. paki
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    pleasure...

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