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House of Cards - Chapter 30 Review |

Presidents struggling with issues or religion and morality are something of a running theme in TV shows and movies. Shows like The West Wing in particular were at their best when characters were forced into choices where their morals may get called into question for the greater good. You would think House of Cards wouldn’t concern itself with such issues, when your protagonist has a black hole where his moral center should be questioning the justness of his actions wouldn’t really be too high of a priority. However this episode see’s Frank Underwood at perhaps his most introspective, some of the less appealing duties of the Presidency, namely having people’s lives in his hands, weighing heavy on his mind.

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Needs site name in title for reviews. Also, the description needs more insight as to what the writer thinks of the episode.
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