Willie Bosket was charming, magnetic, and brilliant. He was also the most cold-blooded criminal the New York State penal system had ever seen. By the time he was in his teens, he had committed over two hundred armed robberies and twenty-five stabbings. Fox Butterfield examines the heritage of violence that followed Bosket's family from their days in slavery in South Carolina to the present.
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Through the history of an African American family, from slavery in South Carolina to its dissolution in contemporary Harlem, journalist Butterfield probes at the root causes of the cycle of violence.
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