The Postmortal - Part I: Chapter 16 - Part II: Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

Drew Magary
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Chapter 16 - "One infinite generation"

This chapter was an excerpt from the U.S. President's speech in regards to The Cure. He stated that he would revoke the executive order that banned the black market sale of the cure for aging. There would be stipulations in that those taking the cure would have a cut-off date for medicare and social security, so that they would not be receiving those indefinitely. It would also be expressly forbidden for anyone under the age of 26 to get the cure. He went on to state that there would not be so much as a future generation, but an infinite one, due to the cure.

Chapter 17 - "The floodgates are wide open"

This chapter was a collection of responses that John had included in response to the President's declaration. One media source, The...

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