Makes Me Wanna Holler: A Young Black Man in America - Study Guide Part III, Chapters 40 through 44 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter forty, McCall talks of the impact of drugs on the young black men and the number of them strung out, in prison or in rehab. His brother, Dwight, continues to be a drain on his parents and his mother refuses to give up on him, always bailing him out with money or food though McCall tells her that Dwight will never change as long as he knows he has someone waiting with a helping hand. One day, McCall passes a car and the driver challenges him to a fight when they stop at a light. McCall notes that he's ready to fight though he knows that the driver is likely armed. When the juvenile attitude that's holding onto him, he honks his horn at the other driver - who has already pulled over and stopped - and...

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