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V For Vendetta Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 4 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 4 Summary

V commends people for the advancements they made and successes they had. One of these successes was when man first landed on the moon. V quickly changes gear however, and begins talking about the war. As V refers to further advancements as "promotions," he says that it has been turned down repeatedly in favor of war. People got complacent and their "work" reflected such. The drop in work standards should not be blamed on bad management, even if the management is very bad. The management that has been in place was a long line of "embezzlers, frauds, liars and lunatics making a string of catastrophic decisions."

V blames the people for electing these individuals into positions of power. The continual errors he says are nothing short of deliberate, and he cannot understand why. By continually allowing these people into...

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