Fifth Column: Remember 9

In “The Fifth Column” by Andrew Gross, Charles Mossman is sitting in a bar getting drunk when some Nazi activists come in and try to cause a scene. He decides to stand up for the owner of the bar and that act accidentally causes the death of a young boy who was merely walking by. Two years later, Mossman is out of prison, but has lost his job and his family. His wife has moved away with their 6-year-old daughter, but he learns where they have gone and begs to be allowed to spend quality time with his child.

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