Jailbird - Chapters 20, 21, 22 and 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 20, 21, 22 and 23 Summary

Chapter 20 - Starbuck describes how, after his arrest, he was taken to an overcrowded police precinct, where he was put in a padded room in the basement (similar, he points out, to the subterranean cell in which he worked while in the Nixon White House) and forgotten for eight hours. There, Starbuck recalls (among other things) how Mary Kathleen found her husband. After being rejected by a drunken and violent Kenneth Whistler, she ran out into the mining down where he was protesting and into the arms of a young miner - Jack Graham. In narration, Starbuck comments that while he was in his cell, Mary Kathleen was arranging for the people Starbuck had told her about that she had called saints (see Chapter 16) to be made vice presidents in RAMJAC.

Eventually, Starbuck is released and bundled into a limo, where he joins the other...

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