He points out this blindness through other, more insightful characters (most notably the veteran) as well as through symbolic details.
The Indian Land Marine veteran works with the nonprofit Carolina Veterans Commission.
On the GOP side, former congressional candidate Ray Craig became the seventh candidate to file.
Craig, a former nonprofit aid worker, won 21 percent of the vote in his 2016 GOP primary challenge against Mulvaney, who resigned to join the Trump administration.
When the narrator joins the Brotherhood, Brother Jack’s mistress doubts aloud that the narrator is “black enough” to be the organization’s black spokesperson.
This hints at a latent racism within the Brotherhood, which will eventually end in the group’s betrayal of the narrator.