Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story - Chapters 64-68 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 64-68 Summary

Chapter 64 tells the story of two friends who are "Inseparable." John and Bob are best friends. When John dies, Bob's heart is broken. Although Bob does take people up on their offers to visit them, he always leaves to return to his friend's grave. Cemetery officials finally give him permission to stay at the grave site. Concerned neighbors bring him food and drink. For 14 years Bob grieves at the grave site. When he died, Bob, the grieving little terrier, was buried near his master.

Chapter 65 is called "The Terrorist." William is the governor of New Jersey, a terrorist and a prisoner all within four years' time. His father's connections help him win the position of governor. As governor, William argues with the legislature and they have him imprisoned, saying he is dangerous. Once released, William seeks revenge as a leader of a terrorist sect. This...

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