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Walden Two Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 32-36 Summary

B. F. Skinner
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Chapters 32-36 Summary

The next day, Castle and Burris prepare to leave. Castle is self-satisfied and irritates Burris. Rogers has decided to leave with Barbara. Frazier, though, is in a good mood and invites Burris to accompany him on his work, cleaning the machine shop and setting aside saleable scrap, a contrast to Frazier's personal untidiness. Burris congratulates Frazier on Walden Two's success. Frazier denies that he's a genius, but admits to a personal desire for control and his own surprise that control could only truly be gained through altruism. Frazier says that there is much research and advancement to be done in the future, so that mankind can truly achieve greatness and so that a science of human behavior can develop.

After Frazier's work is done, he leads Burris up to a ledge called the "Throne" where you can see all of Walden Two. Frazier looks out...

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