My Brother Sam Is Dead - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Life around the tavern is different with Father gone. Mother believes that he is still alive, because there would be no reason for the Rebels to kill him, but since he is gone their lives are very different. Both Tim and Mother must work all the time to keep the tavern running. Business is good, with many messengers and travelers passing through town, but the value of paper money is going down. It is a struggle to keep from losing money. The laws that the Rebel government has passed mean that people can pay with commissary notes, which will not be worth anything unless the rebels win the war. Another law says that prices cannot be raised, even if that means the item is sold for less than it was bought. Tim and Mother are getting by, but they keep writing to Sam...

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