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As the chief spokesman of the Nation of Islam, a Black Muslim organization led by Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X argued that America was too racist in its institutions and people to offer hope to blacks. The solution proposed by the Nation of Islam was a separate nation for blacks to develop themselves apart from what they considered to be a corrupt white nation destined for divine destruction. In contrast with Malcolm X's black separatism, Martin Luther King, Jr. offered what he considered '' the more excellent way of love and nonviolent protest'' as a means of building an integrated community of blacks and whites in America.
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