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"yacketayakking screaming vomiting whispering facts and memories and anecdotes and eyeball kicks and shocks of hospitals and jails and wars" (Ginsberg 11). Like many writers of the modern literature motion, Allen Ginsberg explores the bomb emotional affects on many Americans through the 1960s. Modern literature refers to that the madness of the 1960s, caused by increasing societal troubles and fear of the new atomic bomb. Writings like The Basketball Diaries, "Howl" and Cat's Cradle state concepts of fear, power, governmental management, and death. Government utilizes society's anxiety about death and the end of the planet to maintain power and control over the individuals. The atomic bomb creates such universal fear and the corrupt government fails to respond to the chaotic behaviour of society or the fears of the individuals. This dread that the authorities achieves not only maintains management, but also causes chaos along with the false belief that the government will be on the people side. The hectic environment is a consequence of people yelling out to help and the conflicting lifestyles arise when folks confront the dread of death. Historically, fear has been used to control populations. As an example, asearly since the 1700s, white guys commanded black slaves through the fear of being murdered. During slave days, at the South, the ratio was nine blacks to each white person (Nash and Graves 213). After Nat Turner, a black servant, eventually revolted, the United States government reacted by sending the military with tanks and guns to resist the black guys. The response of the whites imbedded the fearof revolts within the slaves. The blacks could have successfully shot, but have been controlled by the fear of the powerful white man. The white man held the power and con...