Term Limits - Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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This chapter begins with a description of an old wooden cabin surrounded by trees. An unnamed man with short blond hair sits in front of the fireplace. He is described as an "assassin of assassins, an exporter of death, trained and funded by the United States government." He tosses stacks of papers into the flames. The documents are the result of months of surveillance and study of the men that he and his men are targeting. The assassin and his men have traveled all over the world to kill people who were considered a threat to national security.

The man does not know how many people he has killed for his country. He does not regret their deaths, as he thinks that the dead men had no honor. Those types of people kill innocent civilians. He has no respect for them, and is not sorry that they are dead. Tomorrow...

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