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Guitar loves his race and will do anything for it He wants to keep the number of black and white people equal so that the whites do not become the dominant race Guitar wants the blacks to have the ability to achieve a better life But his love and attempts to preserve and advance his race actually turn him against himself and his race It was in Tommys Barbershop when Guitar first lets out his rage towards the whites A kid is stomped and you standin round fussin about whether some cracker put it in the paper He stomped aint he Dead aint he He could not believe that a black boy was stomped to death just for whistling at a white girl Guitar is sick and tired of hearing about blacks being murdered by whites Guitar wants something to be done besides complaining He does not want to sit around and see his race get murdered to extinction It has been brought to Milkmans attention that Guitar has been around Empire State a known troublemaker so he confronts Guitar Guitar has become of member of the Seven Days with intentions of fighting for his race Guitar states I had to do something And the only thing left to do is balance it keep things on an even keel A murdered white person for each murdered black person is far from solving any problems let alone advancing a race Milkman objects to Guitars participation in the Seven Days but Guitar believes this is a way of doing something Murder cannot advance a race and is not the answer that Guitar needs but he believes this is the only way to fight the whites Guitar even says Not people white people while referring to whom he is going to kill as if he considers whites and black two kinds of beings Guitar clearly says to Milkman We dont off Negroes but it is hard
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