All God's Children - Study Guide Part V, Chapter 15, Butch, Free at Last Summary & Analysis

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Butch was surprised when Wisconsin had not heard of his reputation; when he returned they immediately placed him in Waupun. Butch felt there was a conspiracy against him, but Schoenfield organized a campaign to release him, which was joined by the NAACP. Slowly Butch was moved to increasingly lower security prisoners and went to the Baker House in Milwaukee on May 22nd, 1984. Butch held down a job and worked towards an MA in Urban Affairs in University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Butch was a great teacher, though keeping his schedule was very hard. In November, the parole board released Butch. At forty-three he was free after being in the system since he was nine.

Butch moved in with his new girlfriend, a white woman named Donna Bernhagen. However, he continued to believe in the street...

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