The Best of Enemies - Chapters 13 - 14 Summary & Analysis

Osha Gray Davidson
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In the book’s last two chapters, Ann and C.P. gradually develop trust, mutual understanding and a lasting friendship. When Bill Riddick got the two co-chairs together for their first meeting, they could barely look at each other. Skillfully, Riddick convinces Ann and C.P. that they have a responsibility, a mission to carry out that was bigger than both of them. At this meeting, three goals were established for their committee’s work. The first two goals were: to maintain quality education for both black and white children as they instituted desegregation; and to create positive discussions on education and racial issues throughout the community. The third goal, which was more abstract, was to open up new possibilities on how people viewed the race issue in the City of Durham.

Once Ann and C.P. got over their initial mistrust and...

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