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  • ISBN 9266005657
  • ISBN13 978-9266005653
  • Language English
  • Author Malcolm Rigby
  • Publisher Federation internationale de documentation; 2nd. ed edition (1981)
  • Pages 160
  • Formats lrf docx mbr rtf
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1404 kb
  • Size Fb2 1239 kb
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FID remained for many years the centre for the management and maintenance of UDC, and played a central role

FID remained for many years the centre for the management and maintenance of UDC, and played a central role. In 1991, acting on the recommendations of the specially formed Task Force for UDC System Development, it held talks with several UDC publishers about restructuring the finance, management and maintenance of the scheme to ensure its future into the next century. As a result of these talks, the UDC Consortium (UDCC) was formed, with FID, BSI and four other publishers as founder members. All rights were transferred to the UDCC on 1 January 1992.

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Writings, personal and organizational papers and printed matter documenting the opinions and activities of the African-American nationalist leader Malcolm X as the first National Minister of the Nation of Islam and, following his separation from that organization, as a prominent advocate of human rights and self-determination for African-Americans. The papers form the larger part of the Malcolm X Collection stored initially in the Shabazz family home in Mount Vernon and later sold at a storage auction in Miami.