Analysis Of Claude Mckay 's Harlem

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Lines and Shadows by Joseph Wambaugh
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Lines and Shadows by Joseph Wambaugh

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Lines and Shadows, by Joseph Wambaugh, tells the story of a group of regular San Diego street cops assigned to a task force designated to stop the victimization of illegal aliens by bandits in a hellish no-man 's land near the Mexico-United States border. The officers soon realize the issue may be too big for regular street cops such as themselves, and…
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