After being attacked by a yak in Bhutan, Henry's anthropologist parents decide to send him some place where he can't get himself into any more trouble, Washington, D.C., to live with his uncle and cousin. Upon arrival, he's faced with solving his godfather's murder. Written by
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Henry protests being sent home to Washington, D.C., saying "those people can't even vote." Residents of the District have been able to vote in presidential elections since 1964, per the 23rd Amendment to the United States Constitution. See more
Where were you raised, in a cave?
Only for a year.
In The Modern World
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