The first evidence that will be stated is as follows. Laurie Saunders published an article in "The Grapevine" as her first step to help stop the Wave. This article contained negative information about the Wave. On page 99 this is proved when it says, "She found Amy in the library and gave her a copy of the editorial to read. As Amy read, her mouth began to open wider and wider. Finally, she looked up at Laurie. What are you going to do with it? I'm publishing it in the paper, Laurie said. But you can't say these things about the Wave, Amy said. Why not? Laurie asked. They're true, Amy. The Wave has become an obsession with everyone. No one is thinking for themselves anymore." This quote from the book proves that Laurie has and will publish such a thing in "The Grapevine." Laurie takes this action despite of knowing that many people will hate her after that.
The second evidence is that Laurie convinced her boyfriend who is also one of the major Wave members, David Collins, that the Wave is dangerous. David was trying to convince Laurie that she was incorrect, but fortunately David himself was convinced. The evidence is found on page 112. "Hey, Laurie, can't you wait up? David asked". Laurie you've got to stop writing stuff against the Wave. You're causing all kinds of problems. The Wave is causing the problems, David. It is not, David insisted. Look Laurie, we want you with us, not against us. Overcome with anger, David grabbed her other arm. Why did she have to be so stubborn? Why couldn't she see how good the Wave could be? We can stop you and we will. He shouted at her. Almost out of control, he screamed SHUT UP and threw her down onto the grass. It was crazy. David knew that he was wrong. This proves that Laurie made David believe in her.
The third evidence is when Laurie makes Mr. Ross finally stop the Wave. Laurie Saunders and David Collins go to Mr. Ross and explained to him that his experiment is out of control. This is clearly done on page 118. "Who...
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