The Last Juror - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 30 Summary

Willie began renovations on his home, after choosing a contractor. The project began in April 1972.

On graduation day that year, a bunch of teenagers were arrested with marijuana in their possession. The town was aghast that its children were involved with drugs. The cops treated them harshly, charging them with every crime possible. Since the cops were now on high alert for drugs, Willie's pot-smoking poker friends had to move their gatherings further out into the woods. That week at poker, talk was of town gossip, rather than the bombings of Hanoi.

That week, Willie ran the story that the State Supreme Court upheld Danny Padgitt's conviction. He hoped never to hear Padgitt's name again.

Part 2, Chapter 30 Analysis

Although Clanton is small and far removed from the mainstream, they still can't escape the drug culture of the late 1960s and early 70s. Many of the...

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