No matter how loud I shout: a year in the life of Juvenile Court
At a time when an epidemic of violence has left America afraid for--and afraid of--its children, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Edward Humes takes a poignant look at a year in the life of Los Angeles Juvenile Court, providing a vivid portrait of the children who pass through it.
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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Humes investigates the Los Angeles Juvenile Court--the largest in the country--by telling the stories of five young offenders who have passed through its halls. Read full review
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