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"When you associate with people of a lower social class as an equal, they bring you down to their level. You don't bring them up to yours."
Rafael Broussard, p. 11


"He wanted to write a song. It would contain all the things he felt inside him. It would have the sadness he saw in the country around him, feeling of the niggers singing in the fields, it would be like the songs they sang on the work gangs in the Salvation Army camps, or like sitting on the back porch alone, watching the rain fall on the young cotton."
p. 24


"Outside in the alley he heard drunken voices and the rattling of garbage cans. He looked up to the darkness and thought of his home in Barataria, south of New Orleans. He wondered if he would ever go back."
p. 47


"The show was broadcast throughout four states, and JP's...

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