Being There - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

It is Wednesday. As Chance is getting dressed, the phone rings. It is Rand, wishing Chance a good morning for himself as well as EE, for she has flown to Denver. Rand tells Chance that the President will address the annual luncheon meeting of the Financial Institute later that day. Aware of Rand's illness and his inability to preside over the meeting, the President will come visit Rand before the meeting. The President will land at Kennedy Airport and come to Manhattan via helicopter, arriving at the Rand home in an hour. Rand says he wants Chance to meet the President, as he feels they will get along. The Secret Service will be at the house soon to secure the place, and Rand's secretary will notify Chance when they arrive. Rand adds that the Secret Service will have to search Chance personally, for...

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