Democracy - Part 3: Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3: Chapter 2 Summary

Partly by luck and partly by using connections and reasoning, Jack finds Jessie working as a waitress at the American Legion Club. She doesn't want to come with him, but he uses her father's name with the bartender and takes her away by force.

Part 3: Chapter 2 Analysis

Jack uses whatever means he needs to accomplish his ends. In this case, he uses Harry's position to gain control of Jessie so he can get her home, just as he has always used the impotent and ineffective governmental apparatus of the country to achieve his ends.

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