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Resource ID: #10526
Subject: Drugs
Source: New Yorker


New Yorker tells the story of a East Texas county where things had stayed the same since bootlegging until crack cocaine and a flashy drug bust divided the town along racist lines; describes how Southern justice is often based on race and explores the election lose of an old-time sheriff, Aug. 22, 1994.

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