Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim - Chapters 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 14 and 15 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 14: Six to Eight Black Men

David was interested in the gun laws of any new American city he visited. What restrictions were there? How easy was it to get a gun license? He learned some bizarre facts. A blind person can legally hunt in both Texas and Michigan. In a country that is becoming homogeneous in many ways, the gun laws remain one of the last vestiges of regionalism and independence. Firearms weren't an issue in Europe so when traveling there, David often asked about barnyard animals.

When families open Christmas presents was another conversation starter that David was known to use. He concluded that those who open their presents on Christmas Eve were a bit more pious than those who opted for Christmas morning. Gifts were usually limited to children and the gift-giving was not usually not...

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