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The Warden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15, Tom Towers, Dr. Anticant, and Mr. Sentiment—Chapter 16, A Long Day in London Summary

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Chapter 15, Tom Towers, Dr. Anticant, and Mr. Sentiment—Chapter 16, A Long Day in London Summary

John tells Tom that he is dropping the lawsuit, and why. He then asks Tom to make sure that the Jupiter also stops covering the issue, or at least leaves Mr. Harding's name out of it. Tom replies that he has no real power to change things, and furthermore, he can't play favorites without compromising his journalistic integrity. He shows John a pamphlet, fresh off the presses, by Dr. Pessimist Anticant. It condemns Mr. Harding harshly. John leaves angrily.

On the way home, John buys a magazine called The Almshouse, by Mr. Popular Sentiment, recommended by Tom. It turns out to be a ridiculous caricature of Mr. Harding, painting him as a greedy, gluttonous, lazy villain, and the beadsmen...

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