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Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail '72 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12, November Continued Summary

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Chapter 12, November Continued Summary and Analysis

The new dialogue format is presented next. Here, the author embarks on another important differentiation. This case is about the two aircraft that go along with the political campaign. This has bifurcated the attendant personnel. One of the airplanes carries the reserve personnel. Thompson explains that when things get intense, these people grow increasingly self-contained and uncommunicative. The name of this aircraft is the Dakota Queen II. Thompson describes them as having won the reputation as being "serious people...responsible journalists" (p. 424).

Meanwhile, Thompson explains how the atmosphere on the Zoo Plane suited him better. He described it as having been more comfortable. People were more relaxed, rude, intoxicated, willing to fight over their seats and to smoke during take off. He writes that, "...the atmosphere on the Zoo Plane became crazier and crazier as the atmosphere on the Dakota Queen...

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