4 3 2 1: A Novel - Chapter 2.2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2.2 returns to timeline number two. Stanley’s father uses some of the insurance money from the fire to open a tennis center. In 1958 Ferguson produces the first issue of his own amateur newspaper, the Cobble Road Crusader, and distributes it to his classmates. His classmates find it entertaining, but when he produces a second issue, most of the boys in the class begin to resent him for making them look lazy. However, Ferguson’s friend Michael Timmerman asks if he can join the newspaper. Ferguson is hesitant and gives Timmerman a preliminary assignment to assess his skills. Timmerman writes a preliminary article, and it is not very good. Ferguson decides that he no longer wishes to produce the newspaper, and he tells this to Timmerman. However, when Vice President Richard Nixon is assaulted by protesters in Venezuela, Ferguson cannot help but print a...

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