They said he was the angriest man in America, but perhaps he was the most misunderstood.
Magenta De Vine looks at the connection between
Malcolm the hardhitting black activist, the "rebel with a cause" of rap records and baseball caps, and Malcolm the devout
Muslim whose writings are changing the lives of an increasing number of British teenagers today.
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