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Malcolm X

The Autobiography of Malcolm X

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The American Dream ?...Ella said there had been a telephone call from somebody named Shorty. He had left a message that over at the Roseland State Ball, the shoeshine boy was quitting that night and Shorty had told him to hold the job for me.. I was already speechless... I didn?t even wait to eat dinner.? (48) ?But New York was heaven to me. And Harlem was Seventh Heaven!? (80) ?I went without a lot of sleep trying to merit his increasing evidences of trust and confidence in my efforts to help build our Nation of Islam.? (229) The American Dream is the freedom, equality, and opportunity traditionally held to all Americans. Everyone has there own goals that they would like to accomplish and if they do
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