Summary Of Ish's Moral Dilemma

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Ish faces a moral dilemma, forced to choose between his moral values as a law abiding American citizen and thirst for information related to the strange absence of people. The absence of people in the places Ish traveled, either a strange coincidence or otherwise, causes Ish to wonder about where they could have gone. Ish then finds a possible answer to his questions, seeing "there were headlines as large as for Pearl Harbor"(12) suggesting that a huge event has occurred, adding on to his curiosity. Such massive headlines must only be used for something extremely ground-breaking or important. The headlines, "Acute crisis"(12) also provide a sense of urgency to the information, adding to the idea that it must be extremely important. This could

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