Alice arriving back from grocery shopping with said items in hand is the first time that the boys and girls find out that the other collects Checker Trading Stamps, the boys who are saving for a row boat, the girls a sewing machine. It doesn't help matters that Alice has a drawer full of stamps from past shopping trips. Although the boys and girls each want Alice's stamps for themselves, they are convinced to split them equally. However, that does not resolve the underlying competition in collecting and differences in wants in redeeming the stamps between the siblings, even after Carol suggests they both share their stamps for something they all would want as they already have enough stamps between the two for the row boat, the sewing machine or something else equally as nice. Her suggestion takes on new urgency when it is announced the Checker Trading Stamp Company is going out of business in thirty days. They have to figure out how to decide what to get before the stamps become ... Written by
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The title comes from the rallying cry from the era of the Oregon Territory dispute in the early 19th century to claim territory farther into Canada. 54 40 or Fight! referring to the latitude in question. See more
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Oh, the peace and quiet of home.
[Greg and Marcia begin to argue heatedly in the background
That doesn't sound very quiet.
And not very peace.
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