Rebels Without A Cause: The Complete And True History of 1950's Juvenile-Delinquency

"The older generations were especially worried about ‘juvenile delinquency.’ In the 1950’s, this didn’t mean dealing in street drugs or drive-by shootings, but rather chewing gum in class, souping up a hot rod, and talking back to parents.” - Blog, "The Great Nuclear Society: Curing Juvenile Delinquency In The 1950’s,” 2013, reproduced from “The Life Of A 1950‘s Teenager,” by Richard Powers, 2000. “If I had died then, it would have been for nothing. But if I die now, it will be to clean up the place, for other people to live in.” - Roger McShane, 16 years old, in response to death threats following the murder of his friend, 15 year old polio survivor Michael Farmer, committed by The Egypti

Rebels Without A Cause: The Complete And True History of 1950's Juvenile-Delinquency

"The older generations were especially worried about ‘juvenile delinquency.’ In the 1950’s, this didn’t mean dealing in street drugs or drive-by shootings, but rather chewing gum in class, souping up a hot rod, and talking back to parents.” - Blog, "The Great Nuclear Society: Curing Juvenile Delinquency In The 1950’s,” 2013, reproduced from “The Life Of A 1950‘s Teenager,” by Richard Powers, 2000. “If I had died then, it would have been for nothing. But if I die now, it will be to clean up the place, for other people to live in.” - Roger McShane, 16 years old, in response to death threats following the murder of his friend, 15 year old polio survivor Michael Farmer, committed by The Egypti

Rebels Without A Cause: The Complete History of 1950's Juvenile-Delinquency

"The older generations were especially worried about ‘juvenile delinquency.’ In the 1950’s, this didn’t mean dealing in street drugs or drive-by shootings, but rather chewing gum in class, souping up a hot rod, and talking back to parents.” - Blog, "The Great Nuclear Society: Curing Juvenile Delinquency In The 1950’s,” 2013, reproduced from “The Life Of A 1950‘s Teenager,” by Richard Powers, 2000. “If I had died then, it would have been for nothing. But if I die now, it will be to clean up the place, for other people to live in.” - Roger McShane, 16 years old, in response to death threats following the murder of his friend, 15 year old polio survivor Michael Farmer, committed by The Egypti

Rebels Without A Cause: The True History of 1950's Juvenile-Delinquency Part One

"The older generations were especially worried about ‘juvenile delinquency.’ In the 1950’s, this didn’t mean dealing in street drugs or drive-by shootings, but rather chewing gum in class, souping up a hot rod, and talking back to parents.” - Blog, "The Great Nuclear Society: Curing Juvenile Delinquency In The 1950’s,” 2013, reproduced from “The Life Of A 1950‘s Teenager,” by Richard Powers, 2000. “If I had died then, it would have been for nothing. But if I die now, it will be to clean up the place, for other people to live in.” - Roger McShane, 16 years old, in response to death threats following the murder of his friend, 15 year old polio survivor Michael Farmer, committed by The Egypti