Soul on ice
McGraw-Hill, 1968 - 210 pages
Letters and essays from Folsom State Prison during the early 1960's lay bare Cleaver's ideas about himself as an Afro-American and the society which has nurtured him
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It is only a matter of time until the question of the prisoner's debt to society versus
society's debt to the prisoner is injected forcefully into national and state politics,
into the civil and human rights struggle, and into the consciousness of the body ...
which can only be achieved in a Unitary Society, becomes a basic driving force of
the Class Struggle, which is, in turn, the dynamic of history. The quest for the
Apocalyptic Fusion will find optimal conditions only in a Classless Society, the ...
In an uncannily effective manner, the society in which he lives has assumed in its
very structure that he, minus a mind, is the embodiment of Brute Power. The bias
and reflex of the society are against the cultivation or even the functioning of his ...
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