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The author and his family return home. The author receives letters from all over the country. Most of these letters are favorable and moving, providing support to what he has done. But the townspeople are still unrelenting in their open or veiled opposition.
This part of the diary is the authorís stinging condemnation of the silent majority, whose tragic silence condones not only this particular injustice, but also the destruction, by a small and powerful group, of social stability, peace and trust.