Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story - Study Guide Chapters 34-38 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34 tells the story of how a new, more humane style of execution as developed in the 1700s. One man, Dr. Joseph, believes all the methods of execution are cruel and thinks there could be a better way to carry out the punishment. He researches and finds a way used in Italy for the execution of royalty. Lawmakers began to consider the idea and on April 25, 1792, the doctor's method was first put to use. While the method may be the most painless and humane, it does not look to be. Lawmakers named his invention after Dr. Joseph Gillotin.

Chapter 35 is called "Bad, Bad Ed O'Hare." It is the story of World War II flying ace Lt. Edward O'Hare. He is the first Navy pilot to win a Congressional Medal of Honor. He dies in combat and his hometown honors him by naming its airport after...

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