Term Limits Themes

Vince Flynn
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Term Limits is all about the struggle between Good and Evil. Author Vince Flynn puts a different spin on the tale, however, by making Coleman the killer a "good" guy and Nance, the national security adviser, one of the evil ones. Michael is definitely a good guy, yet he condones the first assassinations because he feels that the victims were evil and deserved to die. That is not how traditional good guys appear in literature. Michael eventually participates in the kidnapping and murder of Arthur Higgins, and he does not protest even as Coleman kills Nance right in front of him. Seamus is also a "good" guy, yet he participates in the assassinations and feels that violence is acceptable as long as it is directed at the right people. Seamus believes that the killings are being committed for the greater good, and will help the country...

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