The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance - Chapter Fifteen and Sixteen pp. 150-185. Summary & Analysis

Russell Roberts
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Chapter Fifteen and Sixteen pp. 150-185. Summary

In Chapter Fifteen, Laura has invited Sam to dinner at her apartment. She cooks Chinese and they have their usual debates. Most of the discussion centers around welfare and if it should be a government thing. Sam would rather have private charities that meet people in need on a one-on-one basis. Welfare has taken the big chunk of people who are treated alike. Usually welfare does not teach a man to become independent. Sam tells Laura of several of his heroes who have discussed ways to give to the poor without making another feel like they have taken on a debt. The giver and the receiver both are valuable parts of the whole system. After much discussion about helping those who need help, Sam washes the dishes and gets ready to go. Laura...

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