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Croissant meets Walt Whitman, who describes Americans and their pride in what they do. He characterizes them as "singing" as they do their work, implying that they are happy.
"I hear America singing, the varied carols I hear,"
Abraham Lincoln delivers a speech that Croissant listens to regarding the freedom of slaves and the effects of the Civil War on America.
Claude McKay and Croissant express themselves by writing a poem about the difficulties many Americans may face, but how ultimately, they still appreciate their home country.
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