Millennium Approaches - Act 2, In Vitro, Scenes 6-7 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, In Vitro, Scenes 6-7 Summary

Scene 6 takes place the second week in January, 1986. Roy, Joe, and Martin Heller from the Justice Department are in a restaurant. Martin talks to Joe about the power of the Reagan administration and the change that's happening, anticipating a Republican take-over of the Supreme Court. He anticipates social change and the end of liberalism, perhaps even a permanent Republican presidency.

Roy tells Martin to shut up and then brags about his ability to shut up one of the most powerful men in the country. Then, he asks Martin to rub his back. Embarrassed, Martin rubs Roy's back for him. Roy says that loyalty, sticking together, is what let the communists take over Russia, implying that the same thing is what will keep the Republicans in power.

Martin stops rubbing Roy's back and presses Joe for...

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