In A Raisin in the Sun, the Youngers and Mr. Lindner have a conflict. What is the resolution?

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The conflict between Mr. Lindner and the Youngers involves his attempts to buy Lena's new home in the white neighborhood of Clybourne Park to prevent them from moving in. As a representative of the white community, Mr. Lindner's job is to carry out the wishes of the racist white community members, who do not want a black family moving into their neighborhood. When he initially visits the Younger household, he is rebuffed by Walter Jr. and Beneatha. After one of Walter Jr.'s business partners steals Lena's insurance money, he calls Mr. Lindner in hopes of making a deal. Mr. Lindner returns to the Younger family's apartment, and Walter Jr. plans on selling Lena's home in Clybourne Park for more than she paid for it. However, Lena makes Travis stand next to his father, and Walter Jr....

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