Please answer all of the questions listed below. Each question should be answered in at minimum 1-2 paragraphs. All answers must be written in complete sentences. Your answers should include specific examples from the speeches and political platforms you are analyzing and from the readings and course lectures. Your completed assignment should be a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 pages. The questions from the prompt do NOT count as part of your page count.   
These questions ask students to analyze the speech “The Ballot or the Bullet” (1964) by Malcolm X, the Black Panther Party’s “Ten-Point Program” (1966) and “El plan espiritual de Aztlan” drafted at the first National Chicano Youth Liberation Conference in Denver, Colorado (1969).
Please answer the following questions:

Describe three of the major themes of Malcolm X’s “The Ballot or the Bullet” speech?
How do you see these themes from “The Ballot or the Bullet” reflected in the “Ten-Point Program” and “El plan espiritual de Aztlan”? (If you feel that any of the themes you mentioned in your answer to question one are not reflected in the latter two primary sources, then state this explicitly).
What do the commonalities between these three documents indicate about the relationship between their authors and the movements they participated in?

This assignment will be graded according to the following criteria:

Does the assignment address all the questions posed?
Does the assignment demonstrate a close, careful, and thoughtful reading of the primary sources?
Does the assignment demonstrate a strong familiarity with course topics and themes?
Are all the claims made in the assignment accurate?
Does the assignment make sense? Are the ideas within it communicated clearly within it?

Citations: Your essay should include citations.