Nation: Ghetto Voices: You Can't Help from Being Angry

As in many race riots, the explosion in Miami appeared to those most centrally involved in it as a sudden swirl of senseless violence. And when it was over, the main victims were those who could least afford it: the blacks of Liberty City. Some views from people inside the ghetto:


Linda Fullwood, 27, who supports herself and two children on $195 a month from welfare, was standing in front of her dilapidated housing project on 62nd Street, when she saw a white youth run down the street toward her, chased by a crowd of angry blacks. "He was...

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