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Let the Circle be Unbroken When TJ gets a trial the Logan children are very happy because they think he will not be killed Mama and Papa disagree because the jury will be entirely white Mr Jaminson does and excellent job defending TJ He had experiments such as putting a black stocking over his hand and showing it to Mrs Barnett He also had strong evidence that TJ did not commit the crime At the end TJ was found guilty mostly because of the jurys prejudice This part is a very crucial part of the novel because if TJ were not convicted the Logan children would have not ridden up to strawberry and they would not have used the white bathrooms This incident sets a sad tone for the rest of the novel If TJ werent convicted a majority of the rest of the book would deal with threats against TJ and how he deals with them Maybe TJ would even get into more trouble with RW and Melvin When Dube organizes a union with Mr Wheeler and John Moses they all came to Mr Logan for help They asked him if he could sign up all of the people in his area Their goal is to get plantation workers 50 cents from sunup to sundown It looked like Mr Logan would go along with it until Mr Wheeler blurts out that it would be a white and black union Mr Logan shows some resistance and never really lets Mr Wheeler know if he would do it or not This turning point is important because later on in the book the Logans go to a meeting about the union After that the night men ambush the next meeting Logans dont attend Dube who was at the meeting comes knocking on the Logans door asking for help If this event would have not taken place the second union meeting would have not gotten ambushed and
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