What are Malcolm X's criticisms of non-violence



- Read Malcolm X's "The Ballot or the Bullet" - Read the Class Notes for this reading. - Answer the following questions in the corresponding Discussion Board: 1. What are Malcolm X's criticisms of non-violence? Give support. 2. How does Malcolm X criticize mere persuasion? 3. Are there any differences in his criticisms from those made by King? Provide support. 4. Why do Socrates and King find "any means necessary" to be ineffective? 5. Give an account of Malcolm X's argument for why "any means necessary" is the most effective means of protest. Your argument should include at least three different reasons that support his position. 6. At the conclusion of your argument, anticipate possible objections to Malcolm X from King and Socrates. How would Malcolm X defend himself against these different criticisms?

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