Confessions of an Economic Hit Man - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

John Perkins
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Chapter 5 Summary and Analysis

It took a few days to get registered in Jakarta. Once they were finished in Jakarta, everyone went to a mountain city called Bandung. They stayed in a government guest house, with servants, a cook, gardener and manager. They received numerous other perks, which gave them a lavish lifestyle. John had meetings with Charlie and a man named Howard Parker. Howard was responsible for forecasting the amount of energy Java would need over the next twenty-five years. Howard knew what he was doing. His job relied heavily on John's forecasts, too, since electric demand is directly correlated with economic growth. Charlie thus kept reminding John how important it was to create a positive economic study with high growth.

Howard was described to John as a "stubborn, mean, and vindictive" man. Howard was not comfortable with the goals of MAIN. One day...

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