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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Twilight, Ask Saddam Hussein Summary

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Twilight, Ask Saddam Hussein Summary

Elaine Brown is the former head of the Black Panther Party and author of A Taste of Power. She thinks people do view the Black Panther Party as an organization solely identified with guns. She knows young men are drawn to the group by its guns, but she always tells them the story of Jonathan Jackson. Jonathan Jackson was seventeen years old, a science genius and not a gang member. He went to court by himself, and for a moment, gave voice to the power of revolution and freedom for his brother and others in prison. Then she asks the young men with guns in their hands if they think it would have been better if Jackson were still alive to do his work instead of dying that day in court. She would rather have him alive.

She believes that just...

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