The Revolt of the Cockroach People - Chapters 3-4, pgs. 32-47 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3-4, pgs. 32-47 Summary and Analysis

Brown met Gilbert after he had been in Los Angeles for three months. Brown says he is researching an article for the New York Times. He is introduced to Gilbert by a friend of Manny's. One of the offices of the Militants is in the basement of an Episcopalian church in Tooner Flats. They don't show much interest in him until they learn that he is a lawyer.

Gilbert says they need a Chicano lawyer who is on their side. They ask Brown about his legal background and the kinds of cases he has handled. Gilbert asks to see his Bar card and he shows it to them.

The Chicano Militants are planning to stage a strike that Brown says he wants to write about. Gilbert wants him to write for their paper La Voz...

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