Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography - Chapters 30-31 Summary & Analysis

Jessica Mitford
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While in Washington, the Romillys met many people who work in the various New Deal agencies. They are also active socially, attending many parties and other social events. The people they meet are very enthusiastic about the New Deal program. They find it very different from the situation in England. The Romillys become friends with the editor of the New Republic, Michael Straight and his wife, and obtain letters of reference for use in their future travels.

Straight introduces them to Clifford and Virginia Durr and they are invited to dinner at their home the next evening. They are questioned about their views on the war and their experiences in Spain. They get along very well with Virginia Durr, particularly Esmond. They also attend events at the Megen's home, the parents of Kay Graham, and are hired to write a series of articles...

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