Agenda 21 - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

Glenn Beck
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Chapter 3 starts off with a flashback. Emmeline had found blood in her underwear when she turned fourteen, and she has been afraid to tell her mother. She thought she was dying. Her mother discovered her soiled undergarments and told her that they needed to have a discussion. As they both walked on their walking boards, she explained to Emmeline that the new government had decided that children should be taken from their parents in order to be raised as the children were not growing to their fullest potential in the compounds and that it must be the fault of the parents.

She had told Emmeline that the blood that was happening was normal but that it now meant that she would have to go for reproductive testing in one of the other compounds. It also meant that she might have to move into...

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