Part Three/Areas for Writing Many of my own needs and wishes were subordinated to their concern for the world at large. ... When I was a child, we lived on the border of slums, as my father was living the life of a blue-collar worker, true to his belief in the working class. When I was attacked by black students in junior high school, my parents did not run screaming to the principal. Instead ... Choose one: 1. the new South 2. the rise of the yuppie Unit 12/Writing about History 3. la raza 4.
|Author||:||Hans Paul Guth, Renée Hausmann Shea|
|Publisher||:||Wadsworth Pub Co - 1987-01|