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The book Lost Boys was written by James Garbarino to show people why there is so much violence with our boys and how some of this can and should be avoided with a little love This book tells all the reasons why boy turn out the way they do and how it can be stoppedIn the past decade it is know that violence has been highly increase in the large cities and in smaller towns as well In fact the period from the 1980s to the 1990s when the youth homicide rate increase by 168p7 people finally started to notice something was wrong This high increase of violence with in boys is due to the fact the boys everywhere are angrier causing them to be more violent than ever before In most of these crimes it is true that African Americans and Hispanic boys are most likely to be involved but more of this violence is starting to spread to the smaller towns and involving white children Even though a lot of parents dont think that any kind of shooting could take place where their children are the chances are very high that there is a boy at any school that is capable of a shooting Virtually all parents send their kids to school with children who are maltreated rejected ignored or abandonpix Many people believe that the reason that one boy will go out and kill another boy is just because they were on drugs or they were abused or even that they were just brought up in a family of criminalsp10 so they will be one as well All these things do have a great significance and make the chances of a boy to turn to crime but the reason is actually a lot deeper then that There is a kind of chain of evens that are illustrated in the book leading up to a boy killing or even becoming
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