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TEEN AGE GANGS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The tragedy of teen-age terrorism is taken from the records and implicit in three ""dramatic narratives"" which illustrate this subsociety. The first is a gang fight, the second the genesis of a Puerto Rican troublemaker, and the third transcribes the aimlessness of daily gang life. Final commentary- in a needed book- traces the origins of aggression to rejection of home and society.

Pub Date: Oct. 5th, 1953
Publisher: Henry Holt