The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers - Part 5, Chapters 22, 23, and 24 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5 begins with another quote from Fred Rogers: “When I was a boy I used to think that strong meant having big muscles, great physical power; but the longer I live, the more I realize that real strength has much more to do with what is not seen. Real strength has to do with helping others” (323).

Chapter 22, “The Legacy." This chapter discusses the many ways that the teachings, programming, and more general work of Fred Rogers had a lasting effect on others. There are references to his best-selling books for adults (which are described by one quoted commentator as containing fundamental human truths), and to his public speeches (including at a number of commencements and graduations). There are references to how he insisted on being involved with reading and/or responding to his fan mail (a habit that started when he was...

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