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Ronald Reagan and the Fall of Communism. A professor at Grove City College, Kengor is a frequent commentator on television and radio.

Had not their kindly white masters granted these primitive heathens the chance to save their souls by becoming Christians? He could think of only three or four white boys who had treated him as an equal and a friend, and whom he cared to remember.

An innocent boy, Frank was walking home across a vacant lot when two third-grade thugs jumped him, tossed him to the ground, and slipped a noose over his neck. He walked little Frank nearly a mile home, then simply turned around and went about his business. It is a moving thought, one that cannot help but elicit the most heartfelt sympathy for Frank, even in the face of his later political transgressions.

These colleagues were almost universally white. To their credit, some of them saw in Frank a writing talent and were eager to help. Another ugly incident occurred in a return home during college break. It was midnight, and he was walking home alone. A black sedan slowly approached him.

Out of the lowered window came a redneck voice: Worried, he asked why it was their business. He had lived there for years, was home on college break, and was simply walking home from work.

The woman quickly said it was not. Frank looked nothing at all like the man she had spotted. Frank suspected that the chief was keenly disappointed not to have the opportunity to work him over. The chief was not relenting. He was looking for blood. Frank stated his address. The chief turned to his buddies: He boiled inside, but could do nothing.

But he was hardly unscathed. Such injustice understandably fueled a lifelong resentment. His writing is witty, engaging, sarcastic, at times delightful, leaving it hard not to like Frank, or at least be entertained by him.

Sex Rebel must have been his chance to more fully indulge his lurid obsessions. His contempt for his culture and society also led to a low view of America. When America is acknowledged in his memoirs, it is not a pretty portrait: We also find in those memoirs a resentfulness of religion and God.

The results were the same when a young black mother in the South was burned at the stake while the white mob laughed at her cries. Frank again prayed for divine retribution. If this was so, pondered the young Frank, what could he expect as a black man? Frank began haunting the recesses of the Wichita Public Library, where he imbibed the anti-God writings of agnostics and atheists. This was a pivotal period. By then, Frank was not an immature five-year-old with childlike questions but an eighteen-year-old becoming a man.

His break from Jesus Christ was intellectually reinforced. He does not clarify in his memoirs, though he clearly rejected the Christian faith at one point. And as we shall see in his writings in the s and s, he would take pointed jabs at Christians for their supposed sins of anticommunism and anti-Sovietism. Indeed, significantly, among the rancid fruits of this separation from Christianity may have been communism.

For now, in the s, Frank Marshall Davis was still trying to find himself in this challenging, often cruel world. In those days, however, a college degree was secondary to the training, and Frank would never get a diploma. Young folks did not go to college to party. Frank, like many of his generation, scrapped and scraped to cobble together enough dollars to stay in school long enough to learn a trade, to better himself.

He was already writing and impressing his professors, who happily recommended him to newspapers and magazines. His mother died in the summer of from a ruptured appendix not treated quickly.

Frank, the twenty-year-old blooming poet, was very philosophical about her death. Frank loved Chicago, finding an acceptance as a black man denied to him in Arkansas City. In his memoirs, he detailed the city vividly, excitedly, particularly his first walk down State Street, with the sweet sounds of jazz emanating from building after building. Frank was entranced by Chicago, and entrances others in his characterization.

The poet so adored Chicago that he put his love to verse, writing his first long poem on the Windy City. He sought out black newspapers in particular, which, as Frank noted, at that time were almost all Republican. Frank himself supported Republican presidential candidates in the s. Here in Chicago, from to , Frank launched his career as a professional writer, composing poems and submitting short stories in outlets ranging from National Magazine to the Associated Negro Press.

Frank always worked very hard, busted his rear end, picked himself up again and again. He was the quintessential hardworking American who made his own opportunities, even when the deck was stacked against him. His personal ethic and undeterred individualism were the embodiment of everything communism was not.

Even as the Evening Bulletin succumbed, it was an invaluable experience, and Frank continued to look for steady work. Torn between returning to college and returning to the Gary American , and alternately doing both, Frank eventually heeded a call, ironically, back in the Jim Crow South—in Atlanta.

He would not be there long, eventually returning to Chicago, but long enough to change the course of his political life and philosophy forever. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?

If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? As one who believes in freedom and democracy for all, I honor the Red nation. Never has a figure as deeply troubling and controversial as Frank Marshall Davis had such an impact on the development of an American president.

While the Left has willingly dismissed Davis with good reason , here are the indisputable, eye-opening facts: In the early s, Davis opposed U. Dutifully serving the cause, he edited and wrote for communist newspapers in both Chicago and Honolulu, courting contributors who were Soviet agents.

That Davis supported violent and heartless communist regimes over his own country is impossible to defend. That he was a source of inspiration to President Barack Obama is impossible to ignore. Is Obama working to fulfill the dreams of Frank Marshall Davis?

And they never apologized. Quite the contrary, they cursed their accusers for daring to charge correctly that they were communists whose ideology threatened the American way and the greater world and all of humanity.

We need hundreds and thousands of more books on American communists like Frank, so we can finally start to get this history right— and, more so, learn its vital lessons. To fail to do so is a great historical injustice.

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