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What storyline in "Show Me a Hero" is most affecting?
Nick Wasicsko's political and personal struggles to enact the housing ordinance.
Mary Dorman's deepening engagement in the debate and moments of doubt in her convictions.
Nay Noe's marriage to Nick, telling silence and unwavering support.
Carmen Febles' fight for her children both in Yonkers and the Dominican Republic.
Norma O'Neal's loss of eyesight, lack of governmental support and refusal to consider moving out of the projects.
Doreen Henderson's slow dive into drugs, even as a single mother.
I'll be honest: only the political elements of "Show Me a Hero" grab me.
I'm bored to death by the politics, but the real world issues of Carmen, Norma, et. all keep me invested.