1. Jack Reacher is sympathetic to deserters from the Iraq War and particularly severe on capitalist profiteers.
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16. Jack Reacher has referred to Reacher on multiple occasions as a 'knight-errant' and in an interview for the Time magazine describes the character as: " two things in one.
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18. In the same short story, Stan Jack Reacher is depicted as "a child of the depression", coming from a miserly New England family, and as a result was a proponent of the theories of "Waste not, want not", "Make do and mend", and "Don't make an exhibition of oneself.
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20. Jack Reacher explains this to detectives investigating an early morning suicide on a near-deserted New York subway near a visit to a blues club on Bleecker Street.
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24. Jack Reacher is described as being a former major in the United States Military Police Corps.
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