The Plot Against America - Pages 228 – 300 Summary & Analysis

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Beginning on page 228, Philip recalls Walter Winchell discussing Homestead 42 on his radio show, decrying the law as the first step in a fascist, anti-Semitic regime in American similar to that of Adolf Hitler. The broadcast greatly angered Sandy, who was looking forward to the Roths being transferred to Kentucky, and who did not think Lindbergh was like Hitler. A few days after the broadcast, Philip attempted to run away from home and go to the nearby orphanage so that he would not have to leave Newark. However, Philip was kicked in the head by a horse and nearly died, but Seldon had followed Philip and had run to get help. Seldon had thereby saved Philip’s life, but Philip had lost his stamp collection, which he had taken with him when running away. Sometime after this episode, Herman quit his job at the insurance...

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