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    What Jonathan Kozol shows in Amazing Grace: The Lives of Children and the Conscience of a Nation is that the causes of the social and medical problems he describes are social and income inequality...

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    David is Alice Washington's grown son. In fact, he is a young man, a high school senior when first introduced to the reader, forced to grow up too soon because of the dire situation in which his...

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    In the Bible, in John 21:15-17, when the risen Jesus meets with his disciples, he repeatedly tells them to feed and tend his sheep and lambs. This is consistent with many other New Testament verses...

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    Both Amazing Grace by Jonathan Kozol and The Jungle by Upton Sinclair describe the brutalizing and dehumanizing effects of poverty on decent people placed in intolerable circumstances. Both were...

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    Since 1967, Johnathan Kozol has written books about the less fortunate in American society. His acclaimed books include Death at an Early Age (1967), Savage Inequalities: Children in America’s...

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    In Amazing Grace, Jonathan Kozol writes about the appalling living conditions and life circumstances of people who are trapped in the South Bronx in New York. He is primarily a storyteller, and he...

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