Impulse - Chapter 37-42, Conner to Vanessa Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 37-42, Conner to Vanessa Summary

In Chapter 37, Conner admits to asking Mr. Hidalgo about due process because he likes to find out what makes teachers tick. In his essay, Conner writes about liberty and questions why the Constitution doesn't apply to kids under eighteen. Tony's essay has to do with how laws protect and enslave.

In Chapter 38, Tony reveals that Phillip was actually a college professor. Phillip succumbed to AIDS after telling his wife he was gay. She filed for a divorce, and took their son. Tony writes about how he wants everyone to stop living in fear.

In Chapter 39, Vanessa struggles with her essay, because her father is defending America and her grandmother is a nurse who values patient privacy. Vanessa has no problem with increasing security to protect the country, but she wonders how it will be decided...

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