American novels. The Context of Boomer: Why did Black men love White women in the l960’s? Black men saw that White women held passion for unaltered freedom.
MY BOOK; by Dewey Edward Chester “The Context of Boomer.”
The management of America had become a matter for which men could not be too intelligent, a matter that needed unhindered thought. How could American Society be saved, or be strong, except it be led by wise men?
What was more ridiculous than a liberal mob-led, passion-ridden Democratic Party —– a government led by debating societies; the choice of women and Negroes as members of the Supreme Court of the land?
This was the Conservative reaction to Democratic drivel, when the Viet Nam war required the silence of criticism, and when White women were plotting a revolution.
Had not Harvard Philosopher, W.E.B. Dubois, predicted such a revolt from replacement of custom, with Civil Rights?
The revolution came, and women and men fought for Civil Rights and against, bitterly and to the death. When Conservatives won, the fate of Progressives was sealed. Civil Rights leaders of the revolting Party were dismissed, blacklisted….or murdered.
Why did Black men love White women in the l960’s?
Black men saw that White women held passion for unaltered freedom.