Edward Humes Writing Styles in No Matter How Loud I Shout: A Year in the Life of Juvenile Court

Edward Humes
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Edward Humes's perspective is clearly complicated. There are three sides to it, more or less. The first perspective is clear and unambiguous. He thinks that the juvenile justice system is a miserable failure. While Humes is impressed that the system saved anyone, he is in wonder at how awful it works generally, at the incompetence of many of the people in the system. The point of No Matter How Loud I Shout is to expose the problems with the juvenile justice system particularly in LA County.

However, when it comes to the moral issues at work in the book and in the juvenile justice system, Humes clearly sees both sides of the issues. On the one hand, he clearly understands the importance of getting justice for victims. He has no lack of sympathy for them and is clearly revolted at Duncan's crime. On the other hand, he clearly...

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