The Pushcart War - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

Jean Merrill
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Chapter 29 Summary

On the day of the march, General Anna is given control over one army, and Harry the Hot Dog gets another. Mr. Jerusalem gets the third. All of the vendors gathers on their appointed streets at seven thirty so that they can get organized before the trucks hit the streets. Many of the carts are freshly painted and sport banners and signs that Eddie Moroney made. Some read "Peace March," while others say things like "Be Fair to the Pushcarts" or "Pushcarts for Peace."

The peace march goes very well at first. Mr. Jerusalem and Harry the Hot Dog's groups annoy the drivers by blocking their path through the streets, but the drivers give up without too much fight, since there are many people watching. The drivers agree to arrange a meeting between Maxie and The Three. The pushcarts agree to move. Because...

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