Forward the Foundation - Part 4, Wanda Seldon, Chapters 18-34 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Wanda Seldon, Chapters 18-34 Summary

Hari rails at his lawyer, Civ Novker, about being arrested for self-defense while months ago being abandoned to eight muggers. Novker advises against waiving a jury trial and appearing before a magistrate as Wanda suggests, but she pushes both men into agreeing. In Chapter 19, the dubious magistrate allows Hari to talk about his previous mugging and accepts the theory that someone is trying to kill him because of his predictions of doom. As Hari's victim is a repeat offender, Hari is freed. In Chapter 20, Wanda being unable to disable the attackers or to push the magistrate's mind. Hari resolves to ask Agis XIV's help to prevent the project from folding.

In Chapter 21, Agis bemoans his office, admires Wanda's beauty, and laments that he is powerless to increase public safety. The Empire is now a democracy...

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