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James R. WinterWhat if Mick Jagger had gone into politics like his mother wanted? What if John Lennon had gotten a job on the Liverpool docks after returning from Hamburg? And just where did Pete Townsend and Pink Floyd's Roger Waters get their dark visions of adolescence and childhood anyway?
The answers might look something like E. David Moulton's Prodigal Child, the story about a child from England's post-war generation. Moulton gives us the life of Eddie Conner, the son of a war veteran and dockworker.