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American Subversive Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 11: pages 206-229 Summary

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Section 11: pages 206-229 Summary

Paige drives reflexively, seeing only snapshots of her previous life. She knows she is going to Aidan because she has no other options. As she writes, she notices a man outside the window.

Aidan's door buzzer rings, though no one responds when he answers, and Aidan finally charges outside to see no one. Paige casually crosses the street and asks if Aidan lives alone. Though he should call the cops, Aidan leads her upstairs, reassuring her that it is okay. Paige wants to tell him everything she knows about the bombing so that he can break the story on Roorback, exposing the whole operation in order to stop her compatriots from detonating the next bomb which is designed to kill. She wants Aidan to write the truth about everything except her being at his apartment and to wait twenty-four hours to give her...

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