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Among the Free Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20 Summary

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Chapter 20 Summary

In Chapter 20, the truck full of people arrives at Population Police headquarters. The crowd is still thick and there is bottleneck at the gate entrance because the girl newscaster is asking people to record their experiences with the Population Police. When Luke gets to the gate, he tells her he has the freedom not to talk.

Chapter 20 Analysis

Luke is struggling with where his home is now and who he is as a person. He is somewhat paranoid because he doesn't know what is to live a free life. The first time he is able to exercise his freedom is the freedom of speech, which he exercises when he decides not to tell his own story to be included on video as part of the history archive. Luke is also suspicious of Don's wife, which is another sign of paranoia.

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