Good Kids Bad City
Kyle Swenson
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Good Kids, Bad City, by Kyle Swenson, is an account of arguably the longest wrongful imprisonment in the United States, one that ultimately resulted in exoneration (MacGillis, 2019). Despite a glaring lack of physical evidence, three young black men — Ronnie Bridgeman, Wiley Bridgeman, and Rickey Jackson — are convicted of the robbery and murder of a white businessman outside a Cleveland convenience store in 1975. The book interweaves the dramatic details of the case with the social and political history of Cleveland, the city that convicted them.

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