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Tesla, Man Out of Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 23, Pigeons; Chapter 24, Transitions Summary

Margaret Cheney
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Chapter 23, Pigeons; Chapter 24, Transitions Summary and Analysis

There are two chapters covered by this section of the summary. There was a strange and close association between two radically-different, new social conditions. Women finally acquired the right to vote in the United States and prohibition came into effect, i.e., alcohol had been made illegal. This was a cause for great relief and hope for some since problems with alcohol plagued many families. For those who would abide by it, the end of domestic violence and other disruptions to families and society cause by alcohol use was good news. It was hoped that many women and children would be protected by this ban against the actions of alcoholics. However, the painful truth was that Prohibition did not continue long. Fortunately, women voting has lasted nearly a century now and is going rather well.

The inventor was aging...

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