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Revolutionary Suicide is an autobiography written by Huey P. Newton, co-founder and leader of the Black Panther Party (BPP). The Chief ideologue and strategist of the BPP, Newton taught himself how to read during his last year of high school, which led to his enrollment in Merrit College in Oakland in 1966; the same year he formed what was then known as the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense. The Party urged members to challenge the status quo with armed patrols of the impoverished streets of black Oakland, and to form coalitions with other oppressed groups. The party spread across America and internationally as well, forming coalitions with the Vietnamese, Chinese, and Cubans.[1] The book was republished by Penguin books and includes an introduction by Fredrika Newton (Huey’s widow).
QUESTION: Who really wrote Revolutionary Suicide autobiography by Huey P. Newton??
ANSWER: Mormon Danites/Danettes.

The Diary of Malcolm X is a record of Malcolm X‘s thoughts during 1964, a year that included his pilgrimage to Mecca and two trips to Africa. The diary was scheduled for publication in 2013, but a legal dispute between the publisher and some of Malcolm X’s daughters resulted in a delay.

QUESTION: Who really wrote The Diary of Malcolm X??
ANSWER: Mormon Danites/Danettes.