The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance - Chapter Thirteen and Fourteen pp. 130-149. Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen and Fourteen pp. 130-149. Summary

In Chapter Thirteen, Laura has an opportunity to overhear Sam teach his elective class. He made his class think by playing a game of having each student come up with one rule that would make the world better. As a rule was suggested, Sam and other students explored how the rule would work in the world. Finally the students wanted to know Sam's rule. Sam would like to see the end of television. He discusses the addiction characteristics that television has. People don't think but use the television like it was alcohol or drugs. For hours a person roams around on the TV and with their thinking stopped they believe their life is okay. Television doesn't expect honesty of the people watching it. It is a soothing pacifier for the lonely or unhappy...

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