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The System of the World - Book 7: Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Book 7: Chapter 24 Summary

Golden Square, July 28, 1714

Daniel and Ravenscar discuss what has happened with Bolingbroke outside his home while an angry mob battles around them. Ravenscar has seen defeat in Bolingbroke's eyes and Ravenscar confirms his victory by announcing to the mob that the Tories are victorious and the war does not need to rage anymore.

Book 7: Chapter 24 Analysis

Unsure of the events that have transpired, Daniel considers whether Ravenscar is politically correct with his declaration of victory. After careful consideration and a survey of his surroundings, Daniel deduces that he is. Daniels decides that politics is ugly and extremely irrational but preferable over war, so he joins the victory celebration.

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