Eve is a young school teacher who is growing angrier as World War II
Eve: I always said politicians are a little lower than one-celled parasites in the natural order of things. But I never thought the prime minister of Canada would renege on a promise made to his people.
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End: I didn’t put any sugar in his grapefruit juice this morning. He hates that. It makes his whole face pucker up. I said ”It was an accident, Harry.” (pause) It wasn’t.
For full extended monologue, please refer to clips or the script edition cited here: John Murrell, Waiting for the Parade, Talonbooks, 1980, pp. 65.
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