Rick Bragg - This person grew up to be a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist who, against the odds, rose from a humble birth to a poor family in Piedmont, Alabama to regional correspondent for the New York Times for the Southeastern United States.
Margaret Bragg - This person grew up poor, married badly, but managed to raise three children alone.
Charles Bragg - This person became neglectful and an alcoholic who eventually abandoned the family.
Mark Bragg - This person became an alcoholic who spent much time in jail.
Sam Bragg - This person grew up well, married, and did construction of all sorts in his hometown.
Miss Abigail - This person loved to act like a child and was cherished until death.
Uncle John and Aunt Gracie Juanita - These people were crucial to the upbringing of the author and his family.
The Working Class in...
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