The Monkey Wrench Gang - Rest and Relaxation, Saturday Night in America, and The American Logging Industry: Plans and Problems Summary & Analysis

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Abbzug and Doc find themselves confronted by a ranger as they leave Navajo National Monument. The ranger asks about their origins, their activities, and their missing friend, Hayduke, whom Abbzug claims is a brother named Joe Smith. He also asks if they know anything about the derailed train. He asks to investigate the vehicle, and after much argument and threats, does so. He finds boxes of explosives, but looks inside to find peanut butter and other stored goods. Abbzug tells him they retrieved the boxes from a nearby campfire, and the ranger, now accompanied by other ranges, declare it must have been the Shoshone Indians. As the rangers leave, Smith and Hayduke emerge from the bushes.

Doc is scheduled to return to his practice, but Bonnie chooses to stay behind. At the airport, Doc...

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