A Brief History of Seven Killings - White Lines / Kids in America p. 570-603 Summary & Analysis

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Eubie does give Weeper credit for setting up shop in a place that everybody in New York ignores. He also points out how Weeper was smart to set up a crack house close to where his drugs were sold so purchasers didn’t have to go far to get high. They reach the house but Eubie stops Josey from going in. He tells him they should wait outside. They watch a deal then Josey asks to talk to one of the boys on the street. That boy tells them he’s only been working for Weeper as a runner about five hours and mentions business was awful the week prior. Josey takes a liking to the boy when he calls Eubie a pimp and refuses to talk to him. The boy does verify Eubie’s story about the...

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