Watchmen - Chapter 3 The Judge of All the Earth Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 The Judge of All the Earth Summary

Bernhard the newsman talks aloud to anybody and nobody in particular. His curbside newspaper and magazine sales stand is in front of an imposing building, which houses the Institute for Interspatial Studies. He rambles on about how the world is going wrong and about how the United States of America should simply nuke the Russians. Richard Nixon is still, surprisingly, the president, serving in his sixteenth year in that office. A haggard-looking vagrant talks to Bernhard and purchases a copy of the New Frontiersman, an ultra-right-wing newspaper of yellow journalism.

Elsewhere, Laurie and Jon are having sex, when Laurie suddenly realizes that Jon is present twice. He is able to appear in multiple places, simultaneously. She gets upset and realizes that he is also still conducting scientific research in the laboratory. The two characters fight...

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