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The Last Juror Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 21 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 21 Summary

Willie continued to build his newspaper, helped by desegregation. The U.S. Supreme Court ordered the termination of school segregation, and Ford County was up in arms. Willie covered all town meetings, and his newspapers sold very well. Circulation was up to five thousand by late July 1970. Then Willie discovered Friday night high school football. Willie and his staff covered football in the desegregated school system. He was delighted to see white citizens who had been opposed to desegregation cheer for black football players.

A local Hungarian businessman helped Willie overhaul his wardrobe. He began wearing suits in order to look more professional. Although Harry Rex made fun of him, Willie appreciated Mr. Mitlo's help, because he got more attention from women.

Part 2, Chapter 21 Analysis

This chapter shows the town getting back to normal following the murder trial. Then comes the big news of desegregation...

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