Looking Backward: 2000-1887 - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

Julian seeks out Edith first thing the next morning, but he can't find her. He wanders over to the foundation of his old home and goes into his sleeping chamber, where he discovers the newspapers and magazines of his day. He brings them back for Dr. Leete to read. Edith joins them for breakfast, as Julian embarks on a discussion with the doctor about the outcome of what he calls "the followers of the red flag," the anarchists. Dr. Leete tells Julian that the current opinion is that the anarchists of the previous time period were funded by business monopolies to head off reforms. Julian notes that there's no clear reason for the anarchists, but in a footnote, he expresses his doubt that Dr. Leete's theory is correct.

Dr. Leete explains that the national party won over the majority of opinion and was...

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