Compare And Contrast Malcolm X And Frederick Douglass

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Malcolm X and Frederick Douglass shared the same purpose throughout the two excerpts. They thought that it was unfair for black people to be neglected from an education because of their skin color. However, the way they chose to address their audience was immensely different from one another. Malcolm X chose to use a more angry and harsh tone of voice in order to get his point across to the reader. He wanted his audience to see how he truly felt about black people not being able to receive an education. On the other hand, Frederick Douglass decided to use a more calm and relaxed tone of voice. The reason behind this was because he knew he would never receive an education if he continued to get angry over the idea of not being able to read and

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