Let the Circle Be Unbroken - Study Guide Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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As it turns out, many farmers, black and white, have to plow up cotton. People are in an uproar, because everyone is losing money. On their walk from school, the children of the community all talk about getting jobs to help out, but the only work is at the site of the new hospital. Someone mentions the cane fields, and Moe says he's thinking about going.

As Cassie, Little Man, Christopher-John and Suzella walk on, Stuart drives up. He thinks Suzella is white, and Suzella is happy to play along. Her dishonesty upsets the Logan children, and they walk home in silence.

Russell is at their house when they arrive, and he takes an instant liking to Suzella. Dube arrives and delivers the news that Mr. Wheeler is organizing a meeting to discuss how Mr. Granger and Mr. Montier are taking advantage of the tax laws. He...

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