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how did Malcolm X's attitudes differ from other civil rights leaders?
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Weegy: in the beginning he was anti-white, but when he became Muslim and went for pilgrimage to Makka, and he saw Muslims from all walks of life and all races there who worship the One God, he became accepting and even embracing of all races.
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Malcolm X's attitudes differed from other civil rights leaders due to his advocacy for self-defense and separatism as opposed to nonviolent resistance and integration.

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