Chapter Three’s introduction highlights some theories about male bonding. It also explores that rate of male-to-male homicide and other violent crimes. The fact is that men have the highest rate of victimization, and men are also most likely to perpetuate violent crime. Why is this the case? (more…)
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This chapter represents the catharsis that can explosively ignite after years of poverty, frustration, and anger. Armed with a loaded shotgun, an American flag, and volumes of potent moonshine; I celebrated my 40th birthday on an isolated Wyoming ranch. Feeding the flames of an arson-induced fire, and wondering if I should add my American flag, I attempt to understand what responsibilities an indigent homeless man still owes to greater US society.
This chapter examines peaceful protest movements and the effectiveness of violence. As the Iraq War begins and billions are spent on military actions abroad, the recession has led to sharply rising unemployment. During a Seattle-based protest, I asked myself if I am willing to accept violence if it leads to social change. (more…)