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What Have You Lost? Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 12: pages 133-141 Summary

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Section 12: pages 133-141 Summary

In "Tough Ride" by Mary Ann Wehler, the author recalls her husband smacking their five-year-old son, David, on the head and insisting he eat. The author recalls her husband smashing all of the dishes when she challenged his behavior one day, and she is glad he is dead.

In "Unveiling the Vietnam Memorial" by Fran Castan, while survivors find the name for which they search engraved in stone, the author watches on television, far away from the addressee's grave. With each warrior's body that is placed in the earth, mankind becomes a history which murders its own.

In "Thinking of What the Jury is Deliberating" by Mick Hatten, the author thinks about the jury deliberating, and his verdict is that he wants the man to spend the rest of his life in a cell with the faces of those he killed on the...

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