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The Secret Knowledge: On the Dismantling of American Culture Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 37 through 39 Summary

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Chapters 37 through 39 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 37: Late Revelations

Mamet did not serve in the military; he was given a deferment. Although at the time, he wouldn't have gone to Viet Nam if he had been drafted, he regrets that he didn't serve in the military. The Obama campaign slogans suggested that change happens without effort. Mamet has not worked hard at many things but focused on his gift for dramatization. Looking back on his days as a Liberal, he recalled thinking he was superior to others but couldn't describe why. Instead of asking what he would have done differently, Mamet leaves the past behind and changes the issue to what will he do next.

Saul Alinksy was the great community organizer and an idol of Barack Obama. The goal of the social organizer was to bring social justice to the community. Humans crave organization and order are essential...

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