Black No More - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

To make sure that the Democrats keep political control in the South, Matthew decides to have Rev. Givens call on the Republican administration to shut down Black-No-More on national radio. Matthew will also start a campaign against the Republicans in The Warning, linking them to the Pope, Black-No-More, and other groups that Southerners do not like.

As planned, Rev. Givens speaks to a national radio audience for an hour without saying anything true, but the Knights of Nordica receive much positive publicity and support. In response to Givens's speech, Republican President Harold Goosie appoints a commission to study the question of Black-No-More. The commission issues its report two months later and finds that Black-No-More operates within the confines of the law. Only five people read the report.

Matthew's next step in taking control of the election is to bring together the Knights of...

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