During the closing months of the tempestuous Sixties, American baseball legend Jackie Robinson (1919 – 1972) wrote about his fears in regards to the racist hatreds that existed within the hearts of a handful of the most vociferous Black radicals:
"The angry men, the Eldridge Cleavers and Bobby Seales, the Rap Browns and Stockeley Carmichael, they like the spotlight, and the press likes to make them seem like spokesmen for all Negroes. They aren't."
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