*I presented earlier versions of this paper in a public forum at Colby College, April 1993 and at the International Conference for Social Philosophy in Helsinki, August, 1993.
BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY: JOHN LOCKE AND MALCOLM X ON THE RIGHT TO REVOLUTION*
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Journal of Social Philosophy
Volume 26, Issue 1, pages 53–85, March 1995
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Gordon, J. (1995), BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY: JOHN LOCKE AND MALCOLM X ON THE RIGHT TO REVOLUTION. Journal of Social Philosophy, 26: 53–85. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9833.1995.tb00057.x
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Many will ask what Harlem finds to honor in the stormy, controversial and bold young captain. And we will smile. And we will answer and say unto them: Did you ever talk to Brother Malcolm? Did he ever touch you? Did you have him smile at you? Did he ever do a mean thing? Was he ever himself associated with violence or any public disturbance? For if you did, you would know him and if you knew him you would know why we must honor him.