Fortunate Son - Part 2, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Lewis Burwell Puller Jr.
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Part 2, Chapter 10 Summary

Stunned at having been beaten two to one by Trible, Lewis finds himself with twenty-five thousand dollars of campaign debt and quite a few other loose ends to manage. Toddy and one of his former staff members, Margaret, take care of everything except the debt, which Lewis handles by drafting a letter to his supporters seeking their help. He and Toddy through themselves into making their old home habitable after away from it. The kids are happy to be back at home with their friends, but Lewis is still ten thousand dollars in debt and grieving over his loss. Out of work and feeling worthless, Lewis begins drinking his lunches. Lewis' contempt for Trible blooms, and Lewis projects his hatred of his adversary onto all the men of his generation who'd avoided serving in Vietnam. Lewis wants nothing more than to...

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