The Last Juror - Part 2, Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 28 Summary

Ford County learned that one of its sons had been killed in Vietnam. Willie was furious at the waste of this young man's life. He walked the streets of Clanton, fuming, until he remembered that he was the editor of a newspaper who could voice his opinions. He was ashamed that up until that point he'd been so silent on the subject of the war. Willie ran his first editorial on the war on the front page, below the fold under a large picture of Pete, the fallen soldier. His editorial asked why the war was still going on in Vietnam, and what we were doing there. After lunch that same day, Bubba Crockett came to visit Willie. He was a Clanton native and had been to Vietnam to fight. He invited Willie to come to poker night. Willie received a few letters, all of...

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