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In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash - Chapters 15-16, Flick Displays a Petty Jealous Streak and Ludlow Kissel and the Dago Bomb that Struck Back Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15-16, Flick Displays a Petty Jealous Streak and Ludlow Kissel and the Dago Bomb that Struck Back Summary

Ralph continues drinking in celebration of his notorious victory over the treacherous Grover Dill. Breaking the congratulatory mood, Flick recalls a time when Ralph was not quite so ferocious. As Ralph is defending himself, he notices a man outside who appears rather intoxicated. Flick notices as well and comments about a man named Lud Kissel. Ralph recalls that he recently remembered Mr. Kissel on the Fourth of July in New York. The two men begin to discuss the year that Kissel's unique display of fireworks truly brought the house down.

In Chapter 16, Ralph vividly describes the exciting array of fireworks available for July Fourth. Fireworks are a particular passion...

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