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"In those days, South Gate was an Anglo neighborhood, filled with the families of workers from the auto plant and other nearby industry."
So without ceremony, we started over the tracks, climbing over discarded market carts and tore-up "sofas, across Alameda Street, into South Gate: all-white, all-American."
"I suppose I did promise. It was his one last thing to hold onto, his rep as someone who could take a belt whipping, who could take a beating in the neighborhood and still go back risking more—it was this pathetic plea from the pavement I remember."
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