High Tide in Tucson: Essays from Now or Never - Essays 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Essays 3 and 4 Summary and Analysis

Essay 3: Making Peace

Barbara decided to move from Tucson to the desert when the high school kids in the neighborhood made such a racket that she couldn't write. On top of that, the kids drew pornographic images on the sidewalk in front of her house and frequently trampled her flowers. To seek peace, Barbara and her husband packed up and bought a small cabin in the desert. Juvenile delinquents weren't the problem there. Their peace was disturbed by the nightly visits of woolly pigs who snorted and rooted and ate every one of Barbara's plantings.

In the beginning, humans were communal and cooperated with one another to survive. Humans developed a complicated communication system to help in this endeavor. Other social animals, like baboons and chickens, have ways of communicating socially. Early human females picked berries and dug roots...

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