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An American Tragedy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3, Chapter 14 Summary

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Book 3, Chapter 14 Summary

Catchuman finds nothing more from Clyde, but compelled by Samuel Griffiths to retain some local counsel for Clyde, he goes to a man named Kellogg. He's quite powerful in the local Democratic Party and suggests the law firm of Belknap & Jephson. Belknap is the probable selection for the County Judge nomination that Mason is now going after. He is a popular man, having served two terms as a state senator and a Democratic assemblyman Belknap, while he does not condone murder, is at least a little sympathetic to Clyde because in his own youth, he had also been torn between two young women - one he was toying with and the other he really loved. Because of his own background, (his father was a judge,) he was able to use family influence and money to hire a doctor, take care of the pregnancy, send her...

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