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Ragnar Danneskjöld Like Francisco

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Ragnar Danneskj ö ld  Like Francisco, Ragnar Danneskj ö ld is a friend of Galt's who joins the strike at  its inception. A brilliant philosopher who chooses to fight the looters as a pirate, he robs their ships  and restores the wealth to the people who produced it. Danneskj ö ld is the opposite of Robin Hood:  He robs the poor and gives to the rich — he takes from the parasitical and restores wealth to the  productive. Hugh Akston  Hugh Akston is the greatest living philosopher and the last great advocate of reason  — or "the first of their return." He taught Galt, Francisco, and Ragnar at the Patrick Henry University,  where he was head of the Department of Philosophy. He joins Galt's strike in its early days, leading  to the paradox of a great thinker earning his living as a short-order cook at an isolated diner.
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