Agenda 21 - Chapters 43 and 44 Summary & Analysis

Glenn Beck
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In Chapter 43, Emmeline’s shift is ending. As requested, she goes to Joan’s office. Joan realizes Lizzie is lurking around outside the office, trying to overhear anything. Joan pretends to scold Emmeline and praise Lizzie until Lizzie goes off with Randall. Emmeline confronts Joan about not doing anything to prevent her aunt and grandmother from dying.

Joan tells Emmeline about all the ways a citizen can be different. She says that people can be different because they don't meet specific standards as set forth by the Authority. Then they can be different by needing more than other citizens...giving less or needing more. Those are both punishable, she says. The third way is for citizens to report on each other to the authority. The reporting citizen will be rewarded for reporting anyone who is subversive to the Authority. Joan also explains that...

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