American Heiress - Part Four: The Streets of Sacramento; Death of a “Bourgeois Pig;” Feminist Bomb-Making; Freeze! Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 in “Part Four” is titled “The Streets of Sacramento.” Jack agreed to drive Patricia as far as Las Vegas where his parents lived. They knew that their older son, Walter Scott, was coming home for a visit and put Patricia in a motel instead of letting her stay with them. Jim Kilgore, Kathy's boyfriend, met Patricia and they caught a bus to Sacramento where they planned to stay for awhile. The new members who united with Bill, Emily, Wendy, and Patricia were Michael Bortin, Kathy Soliah, Jim Kilgore, and Kathy's siblings, Josephine and Steve Soliah. (For the purpose of clarity in this study guide, Steve will be referred to as Steve Soliah to distinguish him from Steve Weed.)

Kathy's group had experience with bombing. Patricia and Steve Soliah struck up...

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