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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 - Study Guide The Territory, Broad Daylight Summary & Analysis

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In this interview, an anonymous man discusses his experience as a gang member. He begins by noting that older gang members tended to respect their elders, while such respect has disappeared among younger members. As a result, the elders have lost respect for the young members.

He felt more respect when he moved to the Valley because he was in rival territory. He felt strong because his gang did not protect him. He projected the image of being a one-man army that did not need any homeboys. He and his brother would wear their gang colors while walking in rival gang neighborhoods just to make their rivals worry and wonder about them. His rivals knew he carried a gun and was not afraid to use it, even in broad daylight.

He figured out an intimidation technique based on a counterintuitive idea...

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