Out of This Furnace - Part 4, Chapter 6-10 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapter 6-10 Summary

Dobie arrives home one day to find a letter from Agnes. She says she plans to marry in December and wants them to come to the wedding. Her previous fiance, George, pulled out two months before the wedding. This man, Martin is a widower. Dobie is skeptical about the marriage, but Julie says it may work out. He has a steady job. Dobie says that Agnes is of age and they cannot stop her from marrying Martin if this is what she wants to do.

The union is still keeping Dobie busy. At the end of the year, many workers want the unions to seek recognition. There are some warnings from the company regarding seeking union recognition. The union men are working fewer hours than the company men. In February there is an incident in Pittsburgh where some striking lodges are expelled from...

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