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“Why am I so pretty?”

A review of "One Night in Miami" by Kemp Powers. "All right, can we get this party started now?" Sam Cooke has turned up to the Hampton House Motel expecting a big celebration with his friends. These include Malcolm X, legendary running back Jim Brown and the man still known as Cassius Clay who, only hours before, became the heavyweight champion of the world. Malcolm X, however, wants them to reflect.
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