Hocus Pocus - Chapter Thirty Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirty Summary

Eugene explains that most folks cannot understand why the rioters could not relate to the prison guards at Athena. He tells the reader that it is because the Japanese company that bought Athena fired all the local guards and imported only young Japanese men with military experience. Furthermore, the Japanese prison owners have imported only young men from the Hokkaido region. Here, in a rare genetic anomaly to the rest of Japan, Caucasians are dominant rather than people of Asian ancestry. There is a long and brutal history of oppression of the light-skinned people by the Japanese people, Eugene notes. He believes this makes the young men more easily programmable by the prison owners because they've grown up accustomed to being treated as second class citizens themselves. In other words, they know how to treat others badly because they've been treated...

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