Freedom (novel) - 2001: Enough Already Summary & Analysis

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The narrator explains that after Zachary interviewed Richard, he received many more requests due to his controversial opinions. Richard also did end up meeting Caitlyn, but chose not to sleep with her while flirting with her heavier friend to spite her. On the way to a meeting with Walter, Richard got into a small confrontation with a couple on a train, after the wife accidentally threw an ice-cream cup on his feet. When Richard arrived at Walter’s house, he spoke to Jessica, who exclaimed complaints about Lalitha and her obliviousness regarding the nature of young people. She also mentioned that Lalitha was ripping the family apart. She was also mad at Patty for driving her boyfriend away by asking awkward questions.

In the morning, Walter, Lalitha, Richard, and Jessica had a brainstorming session. They came up with various names for the campaign...

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