The Outsiders

what is the difference between Tim Sheppard's gang and Ponyboy's? Explain how Pony feels this difference might give his groups the upper hand?

ponyboys gang stuck together and always there for each other.

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Pony sees his gang as more of a family than guys who just hang together and commit crimes. Pony's gang truly love each other.

"He shouldn't be here." None of their gang should be there, because "We're greasers, but not hoods, and we don't belong with this bunch of future convicts."