The Widening Gyre - Chapter 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3-4 Summary

Spenser accompanies the Alexanders on their campaign schedule. First, Meade speaks at the University of Lowell on the necessity of protecting family values from such threats as drugs, pornography, and feminism. Spenser notices a young couple reading on the grass outside the auditorium. Then, Alexander and his wife travel to the Haverhill Republican Women's Club, an industrial plant where the workers compliment Mrs. Alexander's physique, and finally to a shopping mall where Alexander comforts an upset Caucasian woman who is angry about integration, saying that the government should not interfere with public education. Finally, the campaign travels to a reception at a Hilton hotel, where Alexander works the room and his wife helps herself to glass after glass of cheap wine. As soon as Fix Farrell notices that Ronni is drinking heavily, he wraps up the party and takes the Alexanders...

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