A Cool Million - Chapters 29 - 30 Summary & Analysis

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About a month after joining the show, Lemuel asks Mr. Whipple about its subversive themes. Mr. Whipple points out that the old lady in the play was not forced to fall for the scam and explains that there are good capitalists and bad capitalists. He describes the divide as those that create capital, like inventors and business people, and those who organize it for profit, such as his imagined Jewish International Bankers. Shagpoke adds that regardless of the morality of the scammer in the play, it is bad for cooperation between classes to show these images to the public.

Lemuel asks Mr. Whipple if they ought to stop the show and he determines that they would have more success if they waited until the show traveled through the south. Once in the Mississippi, Mr. Whipple talks to the barber, who arranges a town...

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