In Dubious Battle - Study Guide Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13. After Dick resupplies the strikers with food just in time to prevent starvation from ending the strike, Bolter, the new president of the Fruit Growers’ Association in the Valley, arrives to talk to London about settling their dispute. Bolter’s friendly manner masks an empty offer, and when London refuses to end the strike until the pickers get the pay raise they are asking for, Bolter warns him not to be influenced by radicals who just want to make trouble.

When vigilantes burn Anderson’s barn, also destroying the apple crop stored inside it, Anderson feels betrayed and is furious at Mac and the strikers. A further problem is no one has seen Burton since he left camp to go see Al, and Mac is growing concerned about him.

Sam wants to retaliate for what the growers have done to Anderson and leaves on his own to...

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