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Walden Two - Chapters 21-24 Summary & Analysis

B. F. Skinner
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Chapters 21-24 Summary

Burris finds that he smokes much less at Walden Two, where few people smoke. As he's smoking a cigarette in the gardens, Steve and Mary find him. They tell him they want to join Walden Two. They're excited about the opportunities compared with an impoverished life in the city and disbelieving that they can have all this for four labor credits a day. Burris reassures them that it's the right choice and that Walden Two will accept them.

Meanwhile Castle has become convinced that the happy people at Walden Two are a false front presented by Frazier, who is secretly a tyrant. The next morning at breakfast, the party finds that Steve and Mary have talked to Frazier, and all they need is a physical to join Walden Two. Barbara doesn't understand the decision but pretends to be happy for them. After breakfast, the visitors...

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