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The Walter White Project

Randy Stakeman, Jackson Stakeman, Authors

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Walter White learns who he is

The mob that almost attacked his house during the 1906 Atlanta Race Riot had a profound effect on young Walter White. He wrote about it in his autobiography some forty years later. Not only did it define race for him in moral terms it made him leery of any mass action unless it was carefully controlled.
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