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The System of the World - Study Guide Book 6: Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Book 6: Chapter 15 Summary

River Thames, April 23, 1714

Aboard the Atlanta, Mr. White's ship, Daniel and Sir Isaac sail down the Thames and discuss Bayne's confession before England exiled him to Russia, his country of origin. This moves the topic of conversation to the Russian tsar, whom Sir Isaac believes has spies in England. The two converse as they try to make sense of the events that have unfolded over the last few days. Sir Isaac suggests that Jack is an agent for Louis XIV.

Book 6: Chapter 15 Analysis

The political nature of England makes Sir Isaac suspicious of Russian and French involvement in current events. He speculates that either one may sabotage the fine English economy by introducing fraudulent guineas into the system. Daniel doubts Russian involvement and tends to lean toward the French, but he is not completely convinced either is responsible. Sir Isaac and Daniel debate the pros...

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