Agenda 21 - Prologue, Chapters 1 and 2 Summary & Analysis

Glenn Beck
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A short excerpt from the real and existing Agenda 21, as proposed by the United Nations, serves as a Prologue to the novel. The intent and purpose of the document is to reallocate resources and control consumption patterns so that global societies can thrive without impact or threat to the environment.

Chapter 1 starts off immediately with Emmeline’s mother being taken away. The men who come to the door do not knock before walking in wearing black uniforms. Right away Emmeline knows that they are Enforcers. Emmeline believes that they have come to take Mother away because she had neglected her walking duty for several days. Though Emmeline had walked the boards for both of them (so that they could get food allotments) somehow, the Authorities had known. The boards are similar to treadmills and they generate energy for the collective. Emmeline had...

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