• In Chapter 1, Colin Diver was finishing his last year at Harvard Law School. Colin was editor of the Harvard Law Review.
• Colin managed to avoid the draft by being a student, husband, and father.
• Colin accepted a position with a Washington D.C. law firm but was having doubts about it.
• Diver was affected by the MLK assassination and listened to reports of riots and violence. He attended some demonstrations and meetings.
• In Chapter 2, people reacted to the assassination in the Roxbury Orchard Park housing project.
• Rachel Twymon was notified her store was being vandalized and decided to spend the night at the store. Rachel's sons were in the crowd.
• Rachel tried to open her store but was forced to remain closed. She didn't know four of her sons were looting.
• The riots settled after a few days.
• Rachel met King when she was 15, and she...
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