The Plot Against America - Pages 153 – 227 Summary & Analysis

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Beginning on page 153, Philip discusses the growing animosity between Alvin and Sandy. Alvin accidentally discovered three detailed sketches of Charles Lindbergh drawn by Sandy and hidden under Sandy’s bed. Over time, Alvin soon realized that people had become complacent about Lindbergh, and the Jews were generally no longer suspicious of him. Alvin began to spend time gambling in alleyways with young men who had family connections to organized criminals in Philadelphia. Philip went with Alvin to one of these gambling sessions one day, and Philip decided to leave early and walk home alone. On the way home, he was stopped by an FBI agent who asked Philip if Alvin and Alvin’s friends had been saying anything bad about Lindbergh or had been planning against him. Philip evaded the questions and went home, where he saw a body being loaded into an ambulance...

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