The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Jonas Jonasson
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Ingmar begins raising his two young sons to be staunch republicans, believing in elected officials, so that they could one day depose the king. He is reluctant to send them to the local school, because they would waste time learning state-mandated subjects that Ingmar thought would detract from learning what he wanted them to. He then decides that since nobody actually knew they had twins, they could send one boy to school at a time. Ingmar quits his job at the Royal Mail to stay home and teach his sons.

In the meantime Ingmar joins the Republican Club, but this is short lived, as its members find his methods too strong. After that, he tries the Social Democrats, but his attendance in that club is likewise short in its duration. Ingmar wants to be a part of these political parties as a means to...

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