Democracy - Part 1: Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1: Chapter 10 Summary

Inez tries to eliminate any public reference to herself or the children, including the Who's Who entry on Harry. She even scrapes the labels off of prescription bottles. Her father tries to use her position to gain advantage for people who are important to him, but she does not cooperate. Her Uncle Dwight sends her clippings of all mentions of her or Harry in the Honolulu newspaper. In spite of maintaining connections with her family, though, Inez feels that she can no longer remember definitely anything about her life in Hawaii.

During the 1972 campaign, Inez's sister Janet had been interviewed about the family and their background; in the interview, she calls Inez "Nezzie," which had never been Inez's nickname in real life. She also tells a story of a French governess, which is equally untrue. As Inez watches the interview, she...

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