The Manchurian Candidate - Chapters 17-18 Summary & Analysis

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Raymond meets Marco and his new FBI colleagues at Hungarian Charlie's, a saloon in New York. Raymond is incredibly skeptical of the FBI men, but trusts Raymond's news of their investigation, even though he finds it impossible to believe he has killed so many people. Marco impresses upon him the importance of their investigation, and that their weekly reports go to the President, joint chiefs of staff and even the Prime Minister of Britain. Raymond allows the task force to examine him, but they are not able to figure out his triggers. They get a few glimpses of his suggestive state, but just enough to convince them they are dealing with something far beyond their ability to crack or reprogram. Even though he goes along with their investigation for Marco's sake, Raymond feels healthy and fine and doesn't believe their enemies really control his mind.

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