The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance - Chapter Nineteen and Twenty pp. 228-251. Summary & Analysis

Russell Roberts
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Chapter Nineteen and Twenty pp. 228-251. Summary

In Chapter Nineteen, Laura and Sam go to the Jefferson Memorial for lunch after they have turned in their grades. Sam tells Laura about the problems he has had with the board. He also tells her that he has decided that he doesn't fit in with the school. Sam's philosophies are too far in the opposite direction from the school board and principal. He feels that the school has a right to release him just as he has the right to quit. Laura wishes he would fight and suggests a discrimination suit. Of course, that grows into another long discussion between Laura and Sam. As they move from one subject to another, they finally decide that they have come a long way. They can talk without yelling about their disagreement. They might be...

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