Story #7. Sorry I scanned one part of #6 wrong and I’m currently away from a scanner I can use for awhile so I’ll post it later.
Anyway, maybe the most controversial story in The Crater. The theme is one Tezuka uses a lot: two groups who can’t get along for pretty much no good reason, and the result is tragic. Just this time it’s about blacks and whites in Chicago. At the end of pretty much every book by Tezuka there is an apology from the publisher about some of the pretty racist character designs he used from time to time. This story has those. I’m uncomfortable translating the story at some parts but all in all I think it means well, and is a good story.