The Pushcart War - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Jean Merrill
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Chapter 7 Summary

A television program airs after traffic stops one day to explain why this has happened. On the show is a panel of experts that includes several traffic experts as well as Wenda Gambling, who has just completed a movie that shot on the streets of New York. The experts talk about things the people do not understand; therefore, the moderator turns to Ms. Gambling for her take on the subject. Also unclear about what is being discussed, Ms. Gambling simply says she thinks there are too many trucks on the streets. Many people agree with her, and by stating it on television, Ms. Gambling assures that war is inevitable.

Chapter 7 Analysis

Again the writer introduces Ms. Gambling and further involves her in the war. Ms. Gambling is a victim of the trucks, and now she has announced on television that there are too...

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