In "All My Sons", Mrs. Keller (Kate) says to Keller: "Be smart now, Joe. The boy is coming, be smart."  What does she mean?

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When Kate Keller says these words to her husband, she is referring to the fact that George Deever, Ann's brother, is on his way to the Keller home.  She is very concerned about George's need to speak to his sister.  She is also very concerned that George has been to the prison to visit their father.  It is obvious that he is coming to see Ann to give her some information that he learned from his father.

Kate is worried that George is coming to the Keller home to talk about opening the case that put...

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