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The Manchurian Candidate Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

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Chapter 12 Summary

Staying at Rosie's apartment, Marco sleeps well and is not troubled by dreams. Nevertheless, he still must talk to Raymond Shaw. Phoning Shaw in Washington, Marco tells him they need to talk. Raymond invites Marco over for dinner to introduce his new cook, which is, of course, Chunjin. Marco doesn't tell his friend about the incident, but Shaw finds a note from Chunjin when he gets home, and the men have a laugh about it. The soldiers order in from a deli, and Ben Marco recounts his troubled visions and the damage it has caused to his health. Raymond suggests that Marco force an investigation by initiating his own court-martial and charging himself with falsifying the report that led to Shaw's medal. Both men agree that this is the only way to make sure their problem cannot be ignored, since such a move would not only be...

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