What is the conflict in the story mom luby and the social workers?

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  • What is the conflict in the story mom luby and the social workers?


Anonymous43153 | 24/02 2015 01:32
The conflict in the story encompasses the ministry who sends a representative to mom Luby's speakeasy, miss Rushmore, whose purpose is to decipher whether they children are safe in that household or not. Eventually, miss Rushmore declares that mom Luby did not need her help for sge us certainly admirable. "Mrs. Luby," she said, after a swallow of corn, "you don't need my help." "Ain't it the truth,"said mom Luby. She then admits that she cannot fathom how mom Luby got more done in two hours than she ever did in two years. This prose nakes a commentary on society that youdo not need an education to survive in this world. Experience will help you a great deal. "You need an education to fill out forty pices of paper or one pair of shoes"..
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