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About the Author
Table of ContentsLife and Background of the Author.
Introduction to the Novel.
Chapter 1: The Theme.
Chapter 2: The Chain.
Chapter 3: The Top and the Bottom.
Chapter 4: The Immovable Movers.
Chapter 5: The Climax of the d'Anconias.
Chapter 6: The Non-Commercial.
Chapter 7: The Exploiters and the Exploited.
Chapter 8: The John Galt Line.
Chapter 9: The Sacred and the Profane.
Chapter 10: Wyatt's Torch.
Chapter 1: The Man Who Belonged on Earth.
Chapter 2: The Aristocracy of Pull.
Chapter 3: White Blackmail.
Chapter 4: The Sanction of the Victim.
Chapter 5: Account Overdrawn.
Chapter 6: Miracle Metal.
Chapter 7: The Moratorium on Brains.
Chapter 8: By our Love.
Chapter 9: The Face Without Pain or Fear or Guilt.
Chapter 10: The Sign of the Dollar.
Chapter 1: Atlantis.
Chapter 2: The Utopia of Greed.
Chapter 3: Anti-Greed.
Chapter 4: Anti-Life.
Chapter 5: Their Brothers' Keepers.
Chapter 6: The Concerto of Deliverance.
Chapter 7: "This is John Galt Speaking".
Chapter 8: The Egoist.
Chapter 9: The Generator.
Chapter 10: In the Name of the Best Within Us.
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