Democracy - Part 2: Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapter 2 Summary

Over the next twenty years, Inez and Jack run into each occasionally but do not really spend time together, although they keep their feelings for each other alive. On one of these occasions, in 1969, Inez is traveling with her husband, who has just been elected to Congress, and upon arriving in "one tropic capital or another," she is met by Jack, who is temporarily attached to the embassy and on special assignment to the military, performing in an advisory function to the private sector.

Jack is not impressed with Harry. The children are along, as well as Janet, Billy Dillon, and Harry's mistress of the moment, his aide, Frances Landau. Harry has foolishly brought his family into a very dangerous situation. He and Billy are careful to make the point, important for publicity purposes, that Harry is not representing the embassy...

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