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Unformatted text preview: land which would affect the camps possibility if a dam was to be constructed. Eventually Smith is deemed to be a fool and actually the bad guy in the dispute over the camp vs. the dam. Soon the senate starts to listen to Smith, however Paine then tries to end the debate by showing the senate that certain people in Smiths home state would like him removed from power. Smith than does a filibuster so he can defend, debate, and diffuse every negative issue brought up and he proves his points and is a success but faints. Paine full of guilt attempts to kill himself but is stopped and heads into the senate and proves Smith is right and is unknowingly part of a corrupt political scheme. Basically the point of the Milhoan2 movie is that one person can make an impact no matter what the odds are. In the movie this is demonstrated by Senator Smiths public speaking skills, although lacking they do however get the job done and prove his point....
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course COMM 101 taught by Professor Hanke during the Spring '08 term at Old Dominion.
- Spring '08
- The Land