Harold Schechter in ‘Fiend: The Shocking True Story of America’s Youngest Serial Killer’

“…there is some abiding human need to imagine the past as a paradise – a golden age of innocence from which we have been tragically expelled. But a dispassionate look at the historical facts suggests there are few, if any, contemporary problems – from gang violence to drug use to tabloid sensationalism – that didn’t plague the past. And often in more dire and insidious forms.”

~ Harold Schechter in ‘Fiend: The Shocking True Story of America’s Youngest Serial Killer’



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