Untitled document - Chelby Justice 6th October 31,2019 The white speaker is deep in frustration He comes from a low income bracket with no proof that he

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Chelby Justice 6th October 31,2019 The white speaker is deep in frustration. He comes from a low income bracket, with no proof that he is employed, although we can see that his wife does have a job. He is outraged by the black school children who have previously fought for civil rights, a lot of his anger seems personal, directed especially at Roland Summers. His envy chokes him: Roland has his picture is in the paper, his street is paved, his grass is green and well watered. Roland Summers, represents, for the narrator the injustice of the system that failed him as a white man and now threatens to place ahead of him black individuals who he believes are less deserving. He refuses to look up to to a group of people that he has been taught that they are inferior. He sees that there is only one way to make sure that Roland isn't seen as an equal, "There was one way

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