Amiri Baraka Quote: “I guess I was the most…”

I guess I was the most unbohemian of all bohemians. My bohemianism consisted of not wanting to get involved with the stupid stuff that I thought people wanted you to get involved with – … namely America… Dwight Eisenhower, McCarthyism and all those great things.

Amiri Baraka

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Name: Amiri Baraka
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: October 7, 1934
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