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The Manchurian Candidate Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9 Summary

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Chapter 9 Summary

A KGB agent arrives at Shaw's apartment to take him to the hospital. Shaw gives him a hard time, so the agent suggests he play a bit of solitaire. The sanitarium, built for the use of alcoholics and recovering drug addicts, has shown remarkable discretion for its clients' privacy since the institution's founding, so the KGB purchased to provide them with two full floors of secret labs. The cover story for Raymond's visit involves his being knocked over by a hit-and-run driver, and his boss and family are permitted to visit him as though he weren't in a secret military installation. When visiting hours end, the hospital staff examines Raymond's mental conditioning apparatus to make sure everything is working properly. It is. Shaw also meets his American field handler, who argues with the Russian Zilkov over the merits of a test assassination. The American suggests that, if...

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