• The author describes and examines the meeting of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr.
• The author explains Integrationism and Nationalism in African-American Intellectual history.
• A description of integrationism before Martin Luther King, Jr. is given.
• The author describes Black Nationalism before Malcolm X.
Chapter 1: The Making of a Dreamer (1929-55)
• The author explains the idea of the King's use of American Dream to move the Civil Rights movement forward.
• The author details King's birth, childhood, and entrance into the Christian faith.
• The author describes King's recognition of racism and his initial involvement in civil rights.
Chapter 2: The Making of a Bad Nigger (1925-52)
• The author explains why and how society saw Malcolm as "bad."
• The author details Malcolm's birth, childhood, and rejection of Christianity.
• Malcolm converts to the Nation of Islam.
Chapter 3: I Have a Dream (1955-64)
• The author describes King's vision for the American Dream...
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