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The approaches of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X to the civil rights movement diff ered in that (A) King was part of the SCLC, and Malcolm X created SNCC (B) Malcolm X adopted a view of the “alleged inferiority of the Negro” while King did not (C) King fought for desegregation, while Malcolm X supported a separate identity for African-Americans (D) King, unlike Malcolm X, strongly promoted the ideals of black nationalism (E) Malcolm X, unlike King, was a follower of Stokely Carmichael

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chasegarza11

The approaches of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X to the civil rights movement differed in that "(C) King fought for desegregation, while Malcolm X supported a separate identity for African-Americans," but of course Malcolm X also sought for desegregation as well. The major difference was that King only advocated a peaceful approach, while Malcolm was willing to use "any means necessary". 

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