In The Bronze Bow, what is Joel prepared to give up for the cause?

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After Daniel splits with Rosh and Joel's rescue, Joel's father informs him that he is sending him to a school in Jerusalem to continue his studies. Joel is resistant to this idea, and tells Daniel that he intends to run away and rejoin Rosh. Daniel, knowing that Rosh is no longer acceptable as the leader of the rebellion, argues against Joel's action.

"A new leader will come," he said. "We must go on making ready."

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"But until he...

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