The Postmortal - Part I: Chapters 7 - 9 Summary & Analysis

Drew Magary
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Chapter 7 - "The Conservative Case for Legalizing the Cure"

In Chapter 7, John included an email from a friend about Allan Atkins, a proponent and champion of the 'cure'. The email included the transcript from a televised speech by Atkins. In the transcript, Atkins challenged the government to prove that the cure was unconstitutional. He went on to vehemently accuse the government of purposely sanctioning the cure for themselves and those in elite societal circles while the average person was denied the cure. He ended the speech by urging listeners to take up arms, purchase a gun, and defend their rights.

Chapter 8 - "They're all getting divorced"

The reality of his situation sunk in as John went back to work. He realized that he didn't have to necessarily save for his retirement, and as a result he found that his motivation to...

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