In chapter 12, "The Earth in Anarchy" the five detectives are faced with what seems like the entire 'earth in anarchy'. Despite this, Dr. Bull refuses to think that a thing like this could happen. He insists that it is not possible that all the ordinary people could be anarchists despite the overwhelming evidence against that supposition... and he turns out to be right.
What do you think of this situation???? Do you think Chesterton is trying to teach us something... if so, what???? What do you think of Dr. Bull?????