I enjoyed the interview of Sebastian Junger and his description of the depth and breadth of research into the book.
I was moved by the link to the civil rights and criminal justice issues to the murder of Bessie Goldberg. The descriptions of the Southern home town of Roy Smith gave a good backdrop for his personal history and a glimpse into the post WWII Jim Crow South.
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