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This story opens with the main character named Jim Nolan leaving behind his former life and going to meet Harry Nilson a leader of the Party Jim had a father killed in a riot a mother who died and a sister that was missing He wants to join the Party because he wants to do something that will give his life meaning He is accepted and is introduced to other members of the party The next day Jim accompanies Mac McLeod to Torgas Valley to help workers organize a strike against the orchard owners in the valley They meet a restaurant car owner named Al who gives them food for free Jim and Mac get off the train and meet a group of people They help a woman named Lisa who is in labor deliver a baby This event is important in the story because this leads to the trust that Jim and Mac receive from all the other workers They also meet London the father-in-law of Lisa who they will trust to lead the strike that they start The workers already have a low mood and when an old apple-picker falls out of a tree the workers no longer wish to work in concern of their health The workers start to strike and assemble on the land of Als father in exchange for picking his crop for free London is charismatic and takes the ideas from Mac to lead the strike What will be the fate of the strikers and what will Jim accomplish with his newly acquired skillsJim Nolan is a character who has always been angry at some type of institution throughout his life which causes him to join the Party He is young and goes from being an apprentice to a leader He is keen and brave which emanate from his innate leadership abilityMac McLeod is a seasoned veteran of the red work as he knows more about fieldwork than anyone
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