The Children's Crusade - Chapter 6: The Studio Summary & Analysis

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Eighteen-year-old Robert was dating Gina, a girl from a divorced family. James had been irritating Gina. Even though Robert tried to talk to his father about it, his father did not take him seriously. He told Robert that children need care, a comment that Robert thought was misused. He was a child himself, but his father did not seem to care about him. He had asked if Gina could go with them on their annual Thanksgiving trip to visit his maternal grandparents but was told that she could not.

On the day after Thanksgiving, Ryan, Rebecca, and James were alone in the house with their grandfather, who was resting. Ryan and Rebecca were discussing religion, while James was watching television. James got bored and turned the television up too loud. Rebecca ran to turn it back down. James was standing on the...

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