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In "Gumption," why does Charlie Oyster's father challenge the WPA men's decision to give Charlie a road work job instead of an office job?

He thinks it is unfair that Sylvester got an office job rather than Charlie.

He insists that Charlie will learn to use a typewriter once he starts working.

He wants Charlie to have the best education he can get.

He expects Charlie to get a job that reflects his education and experience.

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