The Pushcart War - Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

Jean Merrill
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Chapter 31 Summary

General Anna and her army return jubilantly to Maxie's shop only to find the other two armies gathered around the radio listening in shock to the mayor's remarks regarding Mack's attack. The mayor blames the pushcart vendors for starting the problem by breaking the truce and blames them for destruction to public property because of Mack's destruction of the fire hydrant. Since these are disturbing acts, the mayor has decided to suspend all pushcart vendor's licenses. Any pushcart vendor found on the streets will be arrested. The mayor also calls for the release of Mack, whom the mayor sees as an innocent victim in all of this. Mr. Jerusalem, who lives in his cart, takes a hammer and destroys the radio. Mr. Jerusalem is forced to stay in Maxie's shop that night.

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