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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 - The War Zone, Godzilla Summary & Analysis

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A Hollywood agent, who wished to remain anonymous, discusses his experiences during the riots. He says the atmosphere was uneasy. He went to lunch in Beverley Hills and could feel the tension in the restaurant. Everyone was exchanging what little information he or she had about the disturbances. The upper middle class, successful, white people in the restaurant worked themselves up into a frenzy about it. He says they felt a collective guilt and talked about the need to buy guns for protection.

When he and his friends went to get their cars in the garage after lunch they saw many people running as if they were being chased by Godzilla or something. Then someone said "they" were burning down the Beverly Center, and the panic increased. He describes the crowd as yuppies in Armani suits streaming out of...

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