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The Way West (1955)

"We found whom we could. Would you mind stepping out of the way? This will help later trains, you know."
Evans said, "You don't care about them."
" Or about the Commandments," Weatherby added, working his long fingers.
" We care about justice. There were just two votes, besides Weatherby's, against it. Byrd's and Fairman's." Tadlock had made a careful loop in the rope. "If you haven't got the stomach for justice, go away like they did." He held the loop in one hand and the coil in the other. "Make wayl"
The Indian stood quiet and straight-eyed as before, his hands behind him. They were tied behind him, Evans realized suddenly.
Before he stopped to think, Evans asked, "Where's Summers?"
Tadlock answered, "Out with his mountain friends, I imagine. What difference does that make?"
Holdridge hadn't spoken before. Now he said, "We figgered maybe we could limp along without 'im."
" Yah," said Brewer, speaking for the first time. "Ve could do it. Yah."
For a minute they all looked at Evans. In their eyes he read his weakness. In them he heard himself again, bleating out, "Where's Summers?"
His gaze fell below theirs and traveled on the ground and came to Weatherby, who stood at the side as if praying, and went from him to the feet of the Indian and climbed up and saw the boy, dirty and thin and sturdy and unflinching, facing death because he had done what it had been born and drilled in him to do; and a sudden fury took him over, rising out of shame

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