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Unintended Consequences Setting & Symbolism

John Ross (author)
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Objects/Places

Goodman's

This is a sporting goods store in St. Louis, Missouri which Henry's extended family patronizes for knives and guns.

Stearman bi-plane

This is a wooden plane that Walter Bowman built while a pilot trainer during World War II.

Amherst

This is a college to which Henry Bowman went and where he earned degrees in geology and economics.

ATF

This is the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Agency, funded by the federal government and charged with enforcing federal regulations in these three areas

FAA

This is the Federal Aviation Administration, charged with enforcement of legislation and regulations regarding air traffic, planes, and pilots.

EPA

This is the Environmental Protection Agency, an arm of the federal government charged with protecting the air, water, and land from pollution by businesses and corporations.

Encryption Code

This is a device allowing spyng into the computers of others.

Conceal and Carry Law

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