The Rooster Bar - Chapters 36 - 38 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 36, the next morning Mark got a call from Jockety telling him that Rackley would meet with him at ten that morning. They met in Rackley’s office with Barry Strayhan, Rackley’s chief counsel. Mark indicated the headline of the story would be “The Great Law School Scam” (374). Strayhan argued that for-profit law schools were not against the law. Mark was careful to say that the schools were not against the law but they were diploma mills that charged students an exorbitant amount of money. Rackley was earning money while students were drowning in debt and unable to get jobs.

When Rackley asked for proof, Mark showed them a copy of Gordy’s conspiracy wall. Rackley and Strayhan looked at the chart. Rackley said that it was “Interesting, but not accurate” (376). He refused to discuss the inaccuracies and threatened again to...

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