Here’s a link to several political poems by John Haines (including one about Kent State, 1970), whose work has more than a little of Robinson Jeffers’ perspective. And here are the opening lines to one of the poems, “Notes on the Capitalist Persuasion”:
“Everything is connected to everything . . .”
So runs the executive saw,
cutting both ways
on the theme of all improvement:
Your string is my string
when I pull it my way.
In my detachment is your dependency.