All My Sons - Act 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Part 2 Summary

After explaining briefly where he's been doing, Chris tells Kate and Ann he's moving away, confessing that he's suspected all along the truth about the incident at the plant and calling himself a coward for not doing anything about it. Ann promises to never hold his inaction against him, but he suggests there's no way she can keep that promise. She tells him if that's his belief, he should do something about it. He speaks at angry length about how Joe was only doing what other people do in "the land of the great big dogs, you don't love a man here, you eat him!"

Joe comes in from the house and tries to force Chris to talk to him. Chris attempts to get away but Joe insists, telling him that if it's the money he's unhappy about he should do something to...

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