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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Ward Just
Harry Sanders grew up in Connecticut, in a privileged and protected environment. Since childhood, he had wanted to be a diplomat.
To tell the story of Lee Goodell, a "fine young man" if ever there was one, Ward Just goes way around the barn. Instead of telling us that the boy went to Ogden Hall, and how that strange school shaped him, the author tells us how the school came into being, and then, ever so slowly, how this particular boy, an unlikely candidate according to the founder's vision, came to attend it.