A Long Way Gone

chpt 15: describe the scene between the various groups of boys who are brought to the rehabilitation home. Would you consider these boys beyond hope of rehabilitation? Would the U.S. juvenile justice system consider them beyond hope?

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No, I'd like to think that no child is beyond hope. These children deserve more positive attention put into them than the destructive energy it took to steal what innocence they had left. Civil war and child soldiers are in a different context that the U.S. Justice system usually deals with. The culture is different and the experience is different.