Join The Party Summary

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The story starts with Jim Nolan, a man who wants to become member of ‘’the party’’ and has a interview with Harry Nilson, Nilson is very impressed with Jim and recommends him to the other members of the party; Dick and Joy. When Jim is part of the party he introduces Jim to the other men in the party is turned over to Mac McLeod, he puts him direct to work with typing copies of letters. Mac explains to Jim why Joy had a deranged behavior and tells him that they are trying to keep him out of trouble because he fights to the end. Jim explains to Mac why he wanted to join the party and that he wants to get into the action rather than typing letters. One day Joy had been arrested and Dick tells Mac. Mac gives direct orders to Dick to get him out…show more content…
He tries to reveal that they are party members but Mac doesn’t get fooled by it. When Jim is back picking apples old Dan tries to climb the ladder into the tree but falls through the ladder because to rungs broke. He is in severe pain and is in need of a doctor, and when the story is being passed on the men all filled with anger and that’s when the protest starts. Mac and Jim need to make preparations to get an accommodation for the apple pickers. All the strikes get accommodation at the farm of Al’s father, Mr.…show more content…
Mac immediately gives orders to Mac to go into town search for sympathizers to get supplies for the men. After Dick left Mac gives instructions to Doc. Burton to help and set up the camp. During noon a superintendent from the orchard arrives, and gives the men an offer to get back to work if London leaves the ‘’reds’’ wo are creating problems amongst the pickers. After he offers bribes to London, Mac and Jim cooperation, he is threatening with reprisals if his offers are refused. When the superintendent is informed the men get invited to camp on Andersons private property, Mac says that if anything happens to Anderson or his ranch, all the houses and barns in the valley will get burned to the
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