In The Last Son, Jim Goldberg, born in 1953, talks about his complicated childhood being the youngest son, born long after his older siblings and confronted with a depressed and chronically ill father. The 1968 race riots and battles between the Black Panthers and elite units of police haunted him through middle school.
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