The Nix - Part Nine: Revolution Summary & Analysis

Nathan Hill
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It is 1968 and Faye is in prison. She cannot stop her panic attacks from coming one after the other in waves. Charlie Brown tells her that she must either leave Chicago forever or stay and go to trial for prostitution and narcotics. Meanwhile, she watches the shadows of the demonstration happening outside and assumes it is happy students who got their way. In reality, it is the National Guard preparing for battle against the protesters. Ginsberg is with the protesters in Grant Park, hoping that the night does not turn violent. However, the protesters around him seem rather aggressive and ready for a fight. On the other side of town, Alice is leading a group of female protesters down the street. The news crew follows this with a helicopter and this is the story being told on the news program being watched...

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