A More Perfect Union - Part II, Chapters 24 – 30 Summary & Analysis

Jodi Daynard
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In Chapter 24, Johnny writes an article that is published in the Columbian Centinel. The editor expects a Harvard tutor must be the author. Johnny uses the pen name “Concordia, Discors,” which means “out of discord comes harmony” (169). Johnny calls for everyone to obey the laws and put aside “petty differences” (169). Kate and Johnny take a copy of the paper to Quincy to show Eliot, but Johnny hesitates. They spend time talking with him first, and learn that Eliot is content in his new situation, prompting Johnny to show him the published article. Eliot questions Johnny about Kate. He admits to caring for her, but says he does not feel the same urgency he feels toward Marcia. Johnny remains a few days in Quincy with Eliot though Kate returns home immediately.

In Chapter 25, Eliot writes that the women are waiting on him, so...

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