How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents - Part 2, 1970-1960, A Regular Revolution Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, 1970-1960, A Regular Revolution Summary

For almost four years, the girls' parents were in the United States on green cards. Finally, their father became a citizen and they decide to stay. The girls are not at all happy about this. At home on the island, they had many privileges and now they are just like everybody else in the suburbs. After they are away at boarding schools for a couple years, they change their perspectives and can't imagine going back to island life.

About this time, their father's medical practice picks up and he can afford to send the girls to the island for the summers. They could understand a two-week vacation there, but not the whole summer. Their parents, however, want to make sure that their daughters don't completely lose the ways of the old country. Things continue this way until that fateful...

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