Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story - Chapters 44-47 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 44-47 Summary

Chapter 44 tells of a "Gunshot on a Snowy Evening." A 12-year-old boy named Addie accidentally shoots a teenage girl at his sister's party. The boy doesn't talk about the incident for many years, but goes on to affiliate himself with many causes. Psychologists say the man's devotion to helping others and public service could stem from trying to deal with the guilt from this incident. The man who won honor after honor, including the Democratic nominee for president in 1952, was...Adlai Stevenson.

Harvey relates the story of "Drag-Strip Simpson" in Chapter 45. Simpson once said he never wanted to get out of anything as much as he would like to get out of his job. He hates his job. He hates his first name,Hiram, too. Simpson is known to challenge others to a race while stopped at intersections. He accumulates a number of speeding tickets...

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