The Pushcart War - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

Jean Merrill
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Chapter 33 Summary

The pushcarts are on the verge of giving up their fight, since they have nothing left to fight for. However, after the publication of the Marvin Seeley photograph, all the local papers are flooded with letters of support for the pushcarts. Many of the letters talk about how they like to buy things from the pushcart vendors. They miss the vendors whom they have become friends with. They say how helpful the pushcarts have always been, how the pushcarts are more humane than trucks and how the trucks are to blame for traffic problems rather than the pushcarts. There is even one from a young woman who wants to grow up to be the pushcart queen. This flood of letters impresses the mayor, who begins to think twice about his loyalty to The Three. Louie Livergreen wants to continue with the Master Plan...

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