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James Carroll

American disconnection

By James Carroll
August 6, 2007

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AS A CHILD of 10 or 12, I could tell when the height of summer had arrived by the certain feeling that came over me. Even though I was part of a large, happy family, my main source of connectedness from an early age was school, and in summer I hardly ever saw the kids who, throughout the rest of ... (Full article: 762 words)

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