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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Chapter Summary & Analysis - The War Zone, I Was Scared Summary

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The War Zone, I Was Scared Summary

A young female student from the University of Southern California who wished to remain anonymous describes how scared she was when the riot started. She and her friends were afraid that "they" might try to attack the sorority and fraternity houses on campus because "they" had attacked them during the Watts riots. They went house to house and smashed windows. She does not remember who told her this, but somebody knew it, and the information spread quickly. Everyone in her house started to pack their suitcases, and they all put on their tennis shoes. Then they sat in the hallways and talked about what they would do if rioters came in the front door.

The girl's parents were driving across country to California as part of a caravan of classic car enthusiasts. Her...

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