Democracy - Part 4: Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4: Chapter 4 Summary

We learn that Jack and Inez's first rendezvous in 1952 had been in the graveyard where she took him to be buried, and then we learn about the events that followed Jack's burial. Jack was subpoenaed by Congress after his death, and over and over, television news channels are running a clip of him and Inez dancing on the St. Regis roof. Billy Dillon corresponds with Inez from time to time, though he is now working for a new candidate, a congressman out of NASA. Didion hears from him from time to time as well. She writes, "In some ways I have replaced Inez as the woman Billy Dillon imagines he wishes he had married."

Inez rarely communicates with Harry. Adlai is clerking for a federal judge in San Francisco; and Jessie is in Mexico City, is writing a novel, and is...

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