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ã€€ã€€It was he who introduced me to two of my friends today, Dr. C. Eric Lincoln who was at the timewriting the book _The Black Muslims in America_, and Louis Lomax who was then writing variousarticles about the Muslims. Malcolm X deeply respected the care and depth which Dr. Lincoln wasputting into his research. Lomax, he admired for his ferreting ear and eye for hot news. "If I see thatrascal Lomax running somewhere, I'll grab my hat and get behind him," Malcolm X said once,"because I know he's onto something." Author James Baldwin Malcolm X also admired. "He's sobrilliant he confuses the white man with words on paper." And another time, "He's upset the whiteman more than anybody except The Honorable Elijah Muhammad."Malcolm X had very little good to say of Negro ministers, very possibly because most of them hadattacked the Black Muslims. Excepting reluctant admiration of Dr. Martin LutherKing, I heard him speak well of only one other, The Reverend Eugene L. Callender of Harlem's largePresbyterian Church of the Master. "He's a preacher, but he's a fighter for the black man," saidMalcolm X. I later learned that somewhere the direct, forthright Reverend Callender had privatelycornered Malcolm X and had read him the riot act about his general attacks upon the Negro clergy.
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ã€€ã€€But my regular customers didn't go for that. You couldn't expect a well-known musician to gogrubbing behind a garbage can. So I began to pick up some of the street trade, the people you couldsee looked high. I collected a number of empty Red Cross bandage boxes and used them for drops.