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World War Z Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 8 Summary

Max Brooks
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Chapter 8 Summary

"The Whacko" in Burlington, Vermont, tells the narrator that following the victory in the US, the military forces were given a choice to either go home, or help in other countries. He stops to tell a tree how wonderful of a job it is doing.

In The Holy Russian Empire, Maria Zhuganova says the women of her country are being told to have as many children as possible; she will soon be having her eight child. Although her nation claims to have found religion, the only one to believe it is clergyman Ryzhkov, who has been thrown out of Moscow. She states the narrator is being used to convey the story of Russia to other countries, so that they may see the country is again strong, and powerful. In Bridgetown, Barbados, in the West Indies Federation, T. Sean Collins admits he is now addicted to killing zombies...

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