Soul on Ice - Blood of the Beast, Domestic Law and International Order Summary & Analysis

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Blood of the Beast, Domestic Law and International Order Summary and Analysis

Cleaver talks about the fact that there are some twenty million blacks in America. He admits that the blacks are aware of the number and realize the potential for leverage to attain equal rights. The problem continues to be unity. Cleaver describes the flare-up in Watts. He says the problem was not new, but simply a repeat of old arguments that got out of hand. He also describes the way it affected the blacks. He says many black men looked at their guns and wished for the impulse to run out and use them. Black women lost respect for the men who didn't take action.

Meanwhile, the anger of the blacks was directed at the police - a mistake, because Cleaver says the police are...

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