The night malcolm x spoke at the oxford union a transatlantic story of antiracist protest george gund foundation imprint in african american studies first edition by stephen tuck author henry louis gates jr foreword. By stephen tuck author henry louis gates jr foreword november 2014 first edition the night malcolm x spoke at the oxford union is both a lucid portrait of malcolm x at the height of his powers and a piercing exploration of the history of race in britain one that speaks every bit as much to our present day circumstances as to the . The night malcolm x spoke at the oxford union a transatlantic story of antiracist protest by stephen tuck review daniel mcneil labour le travail issue 76 fall 2015 pp 268 270 review. The night malcolm x spoke at the oxford union is a vivid reconstruction of this moment by stephen tuck a professor of history at the university of oxford in the late 19th century era of cecil . On the evening of december 3 1964 a most unlikely figure was invited to speak at the university of oxford unions end of term queen and country debate mr malcolm x
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