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Waging Heavy Peace - 25-36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 is a short chapter with two pages about religion. Neil did not follow an organized religion, but he connected with the Great Spirit, the forest, and the moon. Neil was able to relate to a book that Pegi gave him called The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley.

In Chapter 26, Neil describes "Stories from Topanga." In 1968, Neil saw his father in LA after Robert Kennedy had been assassinated there. Both of them were shy and did not talk much, but Neil appreciated seeing him. At the time, Neil was living in Linda Steven's house with his cats. He got busted with several others at Stephen Stills' house for smoking pot. The raid was published in the newspaper since Eric Clapton was also there. Neil and Stephen had two different versions of the events. Shortly after the raid, though, Buffalo Springfield broke up.

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