Published July 2003
by Tandem Library .
Written in English
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Our Guys by Bernard Lefkowitz, , University of California Press edition, in English Our guys ( edition) | Open Library 1. One review of Our Guys described the priorities of the community of Glen Ridge as "large, protected homes, easy access to an endless array of consumer goods, and team sports, with education far down the line, except as a means of obtaining the first three" (New York Times Book Review).Is this a fair assessment? 2. How do the jocks classify the girls in their high school class, and what, if It was a crime that captured national attention. In the idyllic suburb of Glen Ridge, New Jersey, four of the town's most popular high school athletes were accused of raping a retarded young woman while nine of their teammates watched. Everyone was riveted by the question: What went wrong in this seemingly flawless American town? In search of the answer, Bernard Lefkowitz takes the reader ?id=-QjG5QpOKcoC. A New York Times Notable Book of the Year, a Publishers WeeklyBest Book of the Year, a Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalist, and an Edgar Award Finalist, Our Guys raises vital questions about our values, our law, and our moral standards. Our Guys
They were Our Guys." What's ultimately most shocking about this crime is how ordinary it was, how predictable--how in one way or another it's happening now, all across America. From Library Journal. Curiosity, says journalist Lefkowitz (Tough Change: Growing Up on Your Own in America, Free Pr., ), brought him to investigate the web of › Books › History › Americas. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Our Guys This is probably one of the most riveting and chilling books I have ever read. More of a sociological and cultural study than a "true crime" book, the author, Bernard Lefkowitz details the story of a young retarded woman ("Leslie") who was raped by "the Jocks" in the town of Glen Ridge, OUR GUYS BY: BERNARD LEFKOWITZ Policies Aimed at Prevention Part 3: All American Guys Chapter Summary Chapter Summary The theme of this chapter is power, aggression, and masculinity. Glen Ridge was a male dominated town, heavily invested in sports, particularly football. It was The guys on Glen Ridge's championship baseball team were going to have a preseason practice session, an easy drill without any adult coaches around. Loosen up, look sharp. The stars of the high school's other big-time teams, the wrestlers and the football players, also were there, hanging out, checking out the ://
A scathing indictment of the seemingly paradisiacal town of Glen Ridge, N.J., which bred the young men who brutally raped a retarded teenagerand have yet to pay the price for it. Edgar-winning author Lefkowitz (Tough Change: Growing Up on Your Own In America, , etc.) began his research by attending the graduation ceremonies of Glen Ridge's class of , which included four Our Guys Book Summary and Study Guide. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Our Guys; In , a teenaged girl with the mental capacity of an 8-year-old was raped in the expensive suburban community of Glen Ridge, New Jersey -- the hometown of Tom Cruise. Our Chief Librarian Book Review of "Our Guys" 1, words, approx. 4 pages Our Guys: The Glen Ridge Rape and the Secret Life of the Perfect Suburb is the true account of a gang rape committed by several popular and celebrated Jocks, that occurred in , in the superfi "Our_Guys". Directed by Guy Ferland. With Ally Sheedy, Heather Matarazzo, Sara Botsford, Scott Vickaryous. A seasoned police detective returns to her local hometown to investigate the shocking case of the rape of a mentally disabled girl. The town wants to