A Place Called Freedom - Chapters 21-23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21-23 Summary

Jay's gambling debts are forgiven by Lennox in exchange for the shipper's boycott. Jay is now afraid that his father will find out about the deal. The Jamissons receive a visit from Sir Philip Armstrong from the Secretary of State's office. They know the Jamissons started the shipper's boycott and they want the strike stopped. Jay identifies Mack as a leader of the strike. Armstrong wants Mack arrested.

During the strike, Mack and the men meet in a different place everyday. So far, there has been no violence. Mack maintains a low profile and cannot be found, which upsets Jay, who had told Armstrong that he could find him. Jay and Lennox sit in a bar until they find Cora. While Jay is with Cora, Quick Peg picks his pockets. There are brought before Sir George, who functions as a magistrate. He sentences Cora and...

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