Time and Again - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

This chapter begins in the middle of a conversation between Esterhazy, Si, and Ruben. Esterhazy and Ruben tell Si that the debriefing has come up with the same results as the others - nothing in the present has changed as the result of his activities in the past. They then give him new information - that Carmody/Jake did in fact influence President Grover Cleveland in a way agency researchers hadn't been able to define before. Carmody/Jake apparently convinced Cleveland to not come to a peaceful resolution of a conflict with Cuba, a resolution that if it had come to pass would have resulted in Cuba becoming non-communist and perhaps another US state. They tell Si they want him to go back one more time and reveal Carmody/Jake's true identity, discredit him completely, eliminate any possibility of his influencing Cleveland, and...

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