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The 'GREAT' Kickin'dog

An authentic experience during a turbulent time of civil rights in the 60's and free spirits of the 70's embedded in the cradle of Chicago's segregation

“That car too raggedy to go way to New York and I sure ain’t givin’ you them car keys!” John Sr. remembers Mary’s words clearly. So far, the 1950 Ford rides adequately. Troy and John Jr. are asleep while their father maneuvers Ole’ Betsey through Indiana and Ohio. John Sr. had periodically stopped for gas, […]

By Ken Crutchfield Posted in Fiction on November 8, 2020 12 min read Continue reading

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