It is significant, however, to point out the section towards the end of the poem where Ginsberg takes on the voice of America and he reduces to caveman-like grunts about the Russians and the Chinese. Communism and the war against it are big issues for Ginsberg, and he holds America almost entirely responsible for the wars that they claim are "in the name of democracy." He uses a sarcastic tone to make his point on this issue even harsher, "America you don't want to go to war/ it's them bad Russians / Them Russians them Russians and them Chinamen. / And them Russians" (Howl 42).


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