ROBERT E. LEE IS DEAD by ProQuest

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The balloons were supplied by the army recruiters who had an office across the street from our football field, and they always stuck a green and white U.S. Army sticker on the back. When she got to the chain-link fence encircling the water dam, Geena threw her backpack over it, balanced the heel of her boot against its wobbly exterior and expertly hoisted herself over, barely breaking stride. The handful of white kids who still lived in Eastdale adopted linguistic affectations with varying degrees of success and would have nothing to do with what was left of the Lakewood kids.

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