Judge Narragansett Judge Narragansett is the legal figure who stands for the rule of objective law a

Judge Narragansett Judge Narragansett is the legal figure who stands for the rule of objective law a

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Judge Narragansett  Judge Narragansett is the legal figure who stands for the rule of objective law  and the rights of the individual. He joins the strike when he understands that the administration of  justice is impossible under the looters' arbitrary decrees. In the end, as the strikers prepare to return,  he revises a clause in the United States Constitution, prohibiting the government from enacting laws  that abridge the freedom of production and trade. Dan Conway  Dan Conway builds the tiny Phoenix-Durango Railroad into the dominant railroad of  the southwestern states. As Taggart Transcontinental deteriorates, Dan Conway's road takes most of  the Colorado freight traffic. Because he provides such superb service to his shippers, James Taggart  uses political influence to pass the "Anti-dog-eat-dog Rule," putting Conway out of business. Eddie Willers 
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