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All God's Children review Á 103 ✓ From the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize winning author of China Alive in the Bitter Sea comes the poignant story of how the tradition of white Southern violence and racism has long affected and still haunts one black family Butterfield follows the Bosket family of Edgefield County South Carolina from the dFrom the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize winning author of China Alive in the Bitter Sea comes the poignant st. Not any surprise that violence in America is something whites built the country on but also perfected to heights archaic and beyond cruel and unusual I found this book when looking for that Street Kids' novel of the same name by Rene Denfield This one by Butterfield is a great history lesson of Edgefield County South Carolina where he follows the roots of another black family growing up through the institutions of violence stemming from pre Civil War era to Willie Bosket's present multiple life stints in jail This name may sound familiar as he was the teen that influenced the changing of laws allowing teens to be tried as adults aka “The Willie Bosket Law”Bosket an intelligent and artistic young man will never see the light of an un barred day as he never really had a chance His father Butch probably even intelligent earned a Masters in jail and was on the cutting edge of the computer technological curve before the law caught up with him again This book is eually an indictment of the child care systems rehab centers and the dismemberment of the family as well as a slight insight to mental illnesses and the misdiagnosis of the same

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Tterfield follows the Bosket family of Edgefield County South Carolina from the days of slavery to the present Photos. Read this forever ago and will never forget it It sparked my interest in criminology

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All God's ChildrenOry of how the tradition of white Southern violence and racism has long affected and still haunts one black family Bu. I have been going through the papers pertaining to my career and I ran across pieces of the story of Willie Bosket told in All God's Children by Fox Butterfield I googled it and found that it is still in print It is probably also available at most public libraries It is a stunning story It is about a teenage murderer Fox Butterfield then with the New York Times was given access to him in solitary confinement and through encounters with Willie he set out to find out who Willie was and where he had come from for Willie himself did not know He uncovers one of the most powerful strains of violence in American originating in the southern part of South Carolina that gave rise to Strom Thurmond It is one of the saddest most haunting most riveting stories I have ever read I would recommend it with ualification