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The Rage Of The Black Middle Class

December 08, 1991

"The Rage of the Black Middle Class" was an account that epitomizes the "poor me, I'm owed" attitude of the past 20 years. Fulwood's personal life is less than he desires, and he is left wanting. Fulwood should understand that, to a certain degree, we all lead a life of quiet desperation and hope for a better future. To complain about one's shortcomings just doesn't cut it.

JAMES D. CONDREN

Arroyo Grande

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