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Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 75-81 and Epilogue Summary

Paul Harvey
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Chapter 75-81 and Epilogue Summary

At the time Harvey wrote the story in Chapter 75, only one other woman had been both the wife of a president and the mother of another president. Harvey wrote this article to appear as though it is a letter to "Dear Abby" the advice columnist. He wrote it to encourage Abigail Adams.

In Chapter 76, Harvey tells about a 13-year-old boy who ties six skyrockets onto his old wagon to see if they will carry it into the air. Instead of lifting it, the wagon goes speeding down the street faster than anything he has ever seen. His excitement for rockets grew. His knowledge brought about Sputnik and the spacecraft that carried men to the moon. His name was Wernher von Braun.

Chapter 77 is called "Uneasy Rider." Ed left Norway and his family to move to the United States in pursuit of...

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