Welcome to Braggsville - Chapter Twenty-4 — Chapter Twenty-6 Summary & Analysis

T. Geronimo Johnson
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In Chapter Twenty-4, Otis Hunter and Daron meet face-to-face for NBS to record an interview. Daron believed he would be taking a step to show the nation that Braggsville was not a racist town. Otis surprised Daron by hugging him and kissing him on each check. He offered condolences on Louis’ death. He said Daron and his friends had changed the future because they had done what others wanted to do, but never had the courage to do. Otis also read from a piece of paper that one of Bragg's own sons, who was said to have died valiantly in the Civil War, had been a deserter and had hidden out in the Gully for three months before he was found and returned to the battle. He said only that son, Bragg, and one general knew about the son’s desertion...

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