Didn't Jesus tell people to love your enemies, not hating and violating them?
In Ismael Reed's preface in this extraordinary book, is a most fitting description of Cleaver, given first by Amiri Baraka: Bohemian Anarchist!
I had no desire to experience life behind bars as white critics and so-call academics do.
I see why the FBI was scared of Eldridge Cleaver's; his words are frightening- even after more than forty years this admitted iconoclast will put your soul on ice as you read his... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steven C. Thedford
This book is a book gives great insight to the thoughts of a black man and his views on the white race and white women, the black race and black women, politics and more. Read morePublished 1 month ago by roze
Got this book for my son. Very High Quality. I am so happy with this purchase.Published 3 months ago by Pat
I read it years ago and I wanted to read it again. So, it was as I expected, an excellent book.Published 3 months ago by George D.
I did a paper for college on this book which turned into quite an interesting and truly engaging class discussion. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Adah
The best of the essays in this book challenge the prevalent viewpoint in the US and offer exposure to the perspective of a very intelligent person born with the odds against him. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J. Strachan
Despite the fact Cleaver was a rapist.. I found I loved his writing. easy to read, he comes across as powerful, intense, though provoking and makes you think. Take a step back. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Trezrun Lawrence
The book is a compilation of the psychotic ravings of a homicidal lunatic. He's basically mad that raping white women remains against the law. Not worth the paper it's printed on.Published 9 months ago by Dan Allison
There is much in there that's worth reading and Cleaver does a good job of exposing racism and injustice. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Robert Watson