Who's arrested? Nobody's been
(looks toward the
apron, step aside to let him pass through.
Did you apologize to Willie?
Yeah, I apologized to Willie.
Did you give him his handbills back?
Yeah, I gave 'em back.
Give him back his flag and his bag
(points to Jack)
give this man his camera.
I'm going to be on that same street
corner tomorrow, Mr. Duffy.
You go right ahead, Willie. We all
believe in free speech. We got to...
it's in the Constitution.
My boy is out distributing those
It's a free country, Willie. If you
you... you go right ahead.
What did you want to see me about,
all the way up from the state capital
to meet you. A reporter. Wants to
write you up... maybe put your picture
in the paper.
(turns to Jack)
I'm happy to know you, sir.
Burden's my name... Jack Burden. Can
Now that ain't polite. Don't you
want to hear both sides of the story?
I know your side.
(finds the plate
took from my camera?
Must have dropped out. Oh, come on,
fellas, let's relax. It's a hot day...
Hey, Sugar Boy...
Bring some cold beer for the boys.
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