The Contract with God Trilogy: Life on Dropsie Avenue - Part II: A Life Force, The Enchanted Prince - Survival Summary & Analysis

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Part II: A Life Force, The Enchanted Prince - Survival Summary and Analysis

Part II, The Revolutionary - In 1934, socialists, Communists, anarchists, and other revolutionaries descend upon Dropsie Avenue. Willie, the son of Morris and Sophie, becomes a member of the revolutionary movement. He invites Ben and a special friend over to his house after school to print up information. At a meeting, Mr. Vostrov, from Soviet Russia, addresses those gathered. He recommends putting small children and babies at the front of protests, and agitators from behind will then throw rocks, forcing the police to attack the demonstration, and giving the newspapers photos of police assaulting small children and women. Meanwhile, local businesses are forced to join unions under penalty of violence. Morris and his foreman, Max, are the victims of such union bullying. Max suffers...

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