The M And M In M & M Enterprises

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Register to read the introduction… As a result of M & M enterprises Milo becomes a prominent world figure and he claims to be mayor of Palermo, the assistant governor-general of Malta, the vice-shah of Oran, and the caliph of Baghdad. For the good of M & M enterprises Milo starts taking essential items like the CO2 cartridges in the emergency life vests and the morphine in first aid kits. Milo then replaces the missing items with letters that contain M & M enterprises motto "What's good for M & M enterprises is good for the country. Milo Minderbinder" (Heller 436). This refers to Milo's original theory of the syndicate that everyone has a share and what is good for the syndicate is god for …show more content…
Milo admits to Yossarian his regrets about buying the cotton "Yossarian, what am I going to do with so much cotton? It's all your fault for letting me by it."(Heller 257). Milo could no longer afford to store all his cotton and when ever he sold some for a loss Egyptian Brokers bought it and sold it back to him for the original contract price. Milo then turned to desperate measures like trying to feed the men in his squadron chocolate covered cotton. Until Yossarian suggests selling the cotton to the government Milo dose not get rid of the cotton. Before Milo gets rid of the he makes one more contract with the Germans to pay some of his cotton …show more content…
"This time Milo had gone too far. Bombing his own men and planes was more than even the most phlegmatic observer could stomach and it looked like the end for him." (Heller 259). Every one was completely disgusted with Milo's actions until he showed every one the profit that he had made. He had made enough to reimburse the government and he made an argument that since the government is the people and the people owned the syndicate there was no need to reimburse the government. After this explanation almost everybody agreed with Milo and with the profit he made he could spend on Egyptian

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