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The Way West (1955)

The edge came back into Tadlock's words. "It isn't a matter of faith. It's a matter of common sense."
" I'll be running the risk, not you."
" We can't travel every man for himself. We couldn't let you starve. We'd have to divide, no matter how slender our stores. And if you got weak or sick, we couldn't desert you." Tadlock held up, giving time for words to form in his mind. "We'd have to be our brother's keeper."
Weatherby said, "I'm going."
" Goddam it! Not with us. You won't listen to reason, so I'll just have to tell you. Not with us. You understandl"
Weatherby looked around, searching the faces of the other men, his own troubled but hard with purpose, the shadow of Tadlock's goddam on it. As if he had got his answer, he bowed his head and said quietly, "I feel the Lord is calling me. I'll go alone."
" We can't keep you from doing that. But, understand, we refuse to take any responsibility."
Off in the shadow of the woods the whippoorwill cried.
Summers heard himself saying, "Hold on, Tadlock! I'll take him on."
" What do you mean?"
" I'll see he's all right. You ne'en to worry."
Tadlock looked at Evans. "You're the inspector for that section. Has Summers enough for two?"
" If Dick says he'll take him, he'll take him, and no skin off anybody's tail."
" That wasn't the question."
" I said I'd take him on," Summers broke in. "Ain't that enough?"

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