American Subversive - Section 10: pages 184-205 Summary & Analysis

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Section 10: pages 184-205 Summary

Paige does not reveal Aidan's name, address or blog name when she relates the story to Keith and Lindsay because she is tired of being the one in the dark. At first, Lindsay accuses Paige of endangering them because the man now knows Paige exists, but she apologizes a while later while Paige is trying to calm down. After Lindsay goes to bed, Paige asks Keith who contacted Aidan because it must be someone with inside information, and when he insists it is not him or Lindsay, Paige suggests it is one of their patrons because it would otherwise be impossible for her to have been photographed outside Barney's since no one else knew she would be there. Keith does not understand how it is possible, but he explicitly trusts their patrons. At breakfast, they discuss their options, deciding not to move for...

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