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Despite these minor quibbles, The Bowery Boys off ers a lucid and stimulating portrait of Mike Walsh and a number of other colorful insurgents, including David Broderick, Thomas Skidmore, and Levi Slamm. Adams deft ly demonstrates that gang culture in New York was not only about boozing and brawling. It also fomented certain radical political thoughts. Adams adds to the understanding of New York's Bowery Boys.
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