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Finally, a band of like-minded revolutionaries that Penelope could get behind. She had spent years researching Marxism, | and while the philosophy was inspiring it never seemed like it would work in the real world. But then Penelope learned about | her local ISO branch and its dreamy leader, Walter McBride. She readily believed anything that his perfectly crafted face conveyed to her. In fact, she felt a surge of passion for politics and began | papering car windshields with Marxist propaganda. After the third willful endangerment charge, Walter began to | emphasize the need for more dramatic action. He called Penelope one night and asked her to meet him at a branch office of the national bank. He said to bring a mask, and anything she could find that might be flammable. She thought