Allen Ginsberg started his infamous life as a revolutionary and poet of the beat generation when he began attending Colombia University. While at Colombia Ginsberg met friend and mentor Jack Kerouac whom he would later join to form the School of Disembodied Poets. During his education at Colombia University Ginsberg started his highly political and opinionated poems, which would become his signature for the beat generation. The poetry he produced would become the basis of protest and due to this and his strong political presence Ginsberg earned himself a spot on the FBIâ€™s dangerous list.Â Â Â Â Â Ginsbergâ€™s poems were that of a revolutionary and showed his dislikes of American Society and the Injustices throughout America. Ginsbergâ€™s most recognized and an earliest poem was Howl and other poems written in 1956 (Ostriker 4). Howl being one of Ginsbergâ€™s most infamous poems has been translated to the T. In Alicia Ostrikerâ€™s criticism of Howl she relates Ginsbergâ€™s â€œMelochâ€ in part two of Howl to many of the evils that befall this nation today (5).