The Pushcart War - Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

Jean Merrill
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Chapter 35 Summary

At the Peace Conference, Big Moe and Mack represent the truckers, and Maxie and General Anna represent the pushcart vendors. The first two conditions of peace are that Mammoth Moving must pay for all damages to the pushcarts and that Mack should have his license revoked for a year. The third condition states that no truck should be bigger than a Baby Mammoth. The fourth, which causes the most argument, has to do with how many trucks should be allowed on the streets. Finally, a formula is used that Frank the Flower invented. This formula states that half the trucks will equal half the time. Finally, it is decided that half the trucks currently on the road will be allowed to remain. The fifth condition is an agreement that Frank the Flower will receive amnesty. Finally, they draw up the Courtesy Act, which...

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