God Help the Child - Part Three, Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Booker is on a college campus. He beats a man unconscious because the man stands at the edge of a children’s playground and exposes himself to the little children. Booker cannot stand the idea of innocent children being exposed to such shameful acts. When he realizes what he’s done and the troubles he can attract, he picks up his book bag and half runs, half walks to his class. He’s late, but so are some others. He is a serious student who has tried many areas of study, but has never been satisfied with the answers from professors about the deep questions in life. As a graduate student, he decides to study economics hoping to “learn how money shaped every single oppression in the world and created all the empires, nations, colonies with God and His enemies employed to...

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