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CHAPTER TWELVE


Summary

Laurie decides not to go to the Wave rally; she hears shouting outside and sees Brian Ammon fighting with another boy. A teacher grabs Brian to take him away, Brian shouting Wave slogans as he's dragged off. David surprises Laurie from behind and tells her the other boy is Deutsch, the second string quarterback who's.........

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The office of The Grapevine becomes a de facto refuge for The Wave, foreshadowing the way the newspaper will reveal the problems behind...........



CHAPTER THIRTEEN

Summary

Saturday afternoon, Laurie goes to meet Amy at the football game. She sees Amy in the top bleachers but on her way up is stopped by Brad. There is a section for Wave members only and Laurie has to give the salute to proceed. Laurie refuses to do so and challenges Brad, who finally relents - but Laurie then decides not to go up anyway. Brad .........

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The slur used on the Jewish boy is the mildest imaginable, most likely due to the audience of the book and to minimize the more specific issue of racism as a tool of fascist empowerment. By minimizing the slur used in the incident, it also holds open the idea that the community isn't nearly as corrupted by racial, ethnic, and political tensions as............


 

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