Davis possesses an encyclopedic knowledge of leftist history and land use in this country—particularly in Southern California, his birthplace and home.
It’s a social miracle that Black Lives Matter has put forth the issue of the police, do we really need them?
And that convinced me that writing a book about a movement history of the ’60s in LA would have an audience among younger people.
And it was a movement really started by LA’s great local chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality, and it ended up a failure.
But it of course can be applied and has been applied to urban land markets as well.