Term Limits Setting & Symbolism

Vince Flynn
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Dictaphone

Michael is using the Dictaphone to dictate some of his notes when Koslowski's aide, Anthony Vanelli, interrupts him in Chapter Three. He uses the machine to record Vanelli's threats.

Friendship Heights

Friendship Heights is the Washington, D.C. neighborhood where Harold Burmiester and Congressman Jack Koslowski live.

The Cabin

The cabin is the site of many meetings between Michael, Seamus, and Coleman.

Nitroglycerin-tipped bullet

The assassin shoots Speaker Basset with a nitroglycerin-tipped bullet that will explode upon impact. Using this type of bullet minimizes the chance that the bullet will hit anyone else after killing Basset.

Sodium Pentothal

Coleman injects Arthur with sodium pentothal in order to get him to tell the truth. Nance also threatens to use it on Michael.

Arthur's Confession Tape

Michael and Scott tape Arthur's confession. Michael turns it over to the FBI in order to force Garret and Nance out of office...

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