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The System of the World - Study Guide Book 6: Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Book 6: Chapter 19 Summary

Sloop Atlanta, The Hope

Daniel, Barnes and Bob Shaftoe review a map stamped on foolscap. As they sail on the Atlanta, Bob openly talks to Daniel about loyalty and his political preferences. Daniel proclaims that he is not a Jacobite, which satisfies Bob's curiosity. Bob then asks if Daniel will stand with them or against them and Daniel realizes the extent of the political affairs in England. At this time, Daniel also begins to understand that anyone who is influential is being pressured to choose sides.

Book 6: Chapter 19 Analysis

Daniel realizes in the course of conversation that Bob and Barnes are afraid of the imposing revolution. The pressure that influential politicians are imposing on others suggests that many are speculative of England's political standings and want to control and take advantage of the situation. Daniel searches for hope as he realizes that he is apprehensive...

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