A More Perfect Union - Part III, Chapters 50 – 53 Summary & Analysis

Jodi Daynard
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In Chapter 50, November 1800, Marcia seduces Johnny and they have sex, but Johnny promises himself he will not let it happen again. Marcia says Peter expects to have a place in office, if Thomas Jefferson wins the election. Johnny insists that John Adams is the better man and mentions Thomas's attitude about blacks. However, he stops himself just short of revealing all he knows. One day, Johnny naps and wakes to find Marcia going through his desk. She says she was bored. Afterwards, Johnny makes certain then that the letter from Thomas to Sally is hidden away in a trunk. Johnny is not certain why he still has the letter. Johnny tells John about the letter. John says Johnny's possession of the letter is a serious mistake. John says he will not use the letter, even to win the election, because it would...

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