Witness - Chapter 7 Underground The Second Apparatus Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Underground The Second Apparatus Summary and Analysis

Chambers is part of an underground apparatus organized by Hal Ware and J. Peters. Chambers uses the name Carl with this apparatus. He returns to Washington in 1934. "I had returned to Washington to assist in unmaking that fate, still with the proletariat, but with a proletariat that throughout the world was rising in the consciousness or its mass strength and the faith, that only through its unflinching intelligence and will, could all of mankind emerge from the disaster of this age to a better (or even a bearable) life. I had no doubt at all, as I stepped out of the Union Station, thinking of those things, that whatever I might do on my return to Washington was inseparable from that purpose" (Chapter 7, pg. 337). Chambers is met by Hal Ware, who drives him...

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