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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Twilight, Something Cooking Here Summary

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Twilight, Something Cooking Here Summary

Otis Chandler, director of the Times Mirror Company, says that not many of the American families that have had the opportunity to accumulate wealth have used this wealth to make real contributions to their communities over the generations. Most wealthy families just waste their money.

Chandler feels neither that things are hopeless nor that everything can be improved by throwing money around. There must be a long-term commitment to making things better. Everyone must be patient and resolute. They must work toward the day when everyone will live in a safe and pleasant city regardless of their occupation or race. There is no easy answer, he says, but we cannot let the situation deteriorate.

There was the same sense of mission and community after the Watts riots, and this led to the establishment of the McClellan Commission. After two years, however...

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