Confessions of an Economic Hit Man - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

John Perkins
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Chapter 23 Summary and Analysis

John takes Paula's advice and reads his resume andwas shocked at how deceptive it was. The thing that struck him the most was the list of previous clients. His last two were the U.S. Department of Treasury and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It was odd to him how he had been working for both, but how his mission was to help destroy the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Nobody really knew what John did besides those on the inside. What upset John in one article was when he read that his "interest and support he [held] for his staff was evident and admirable." The fact was that he was nothing without them, since he was never that great at math or was even a trained economist. His real gift was that he could convince people with his words. He was training more and more EHM's that were making the world more economically unequal and dangerous. He thought a lot about the idea of integrity, ethics and about appearances versus reality. John tried to calm himself, but he knew he was aiding physical destruction abroad, as well as domestic moral destruction; it needed to stop.

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