The Armies of the Night: History as a Novel, the Novel as History - Study Guide Book II, Chapters 1-6 Summary & Analysis

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The first chapter in Book II explains that the novelist is passing the baton to the historian. Book II marks a change in tone and voice. The tone is more serious and analytical, and the voice is more distant than in the first half of the book. The second chapter explains the beginnings of the March. Dellinger, who was mentioned in the first half of the book, gets Jerry Rubin of Berkeley to act as Project Manager for the March. Extensive preparations went into organizing the march. Details such as which side of the Pentagon to approach first required visits to the Pentagon and extensive discussion.

Chapter 3 talks about the Steering Committee of the March, which met in New York. The Steering Committee had to decide which groups should be involved in the coalition. These groups helped to support...

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