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Paul Coates, Oct. 28, 1960






  Oct. 28, 1960, Cover
 

Oct. 28, 1960: Paul Coates gets an anonymous letter about teenage violence.

“I was born in what you'd call the slums, I guess, but at the age of 10 I moved to a better neighborhood. Still, it's not the best. I go to Virgil Junior High.


“I go to school with kids who belong to street gangs and who are always popping in and out of Juvenile Hall. I hear so much every day that it doesn't shock me the way it used to."





 
  Oct. 28, 1960, Coates  

 
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