After the Taggart wedding celebration

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After the Taggart wedding celebration, Lillian discovers that Rearden has a mistress, but she doesn't  know who it is. Rearden realizes that Lillian intends to use his guilt as a means to control him. Dr.  Ferris of the State Science Institute comes to Rearden's office and tells him that if he doesn't agree  to sell Rearden Metal to the Institute, the government will put him on trial for selling an illegal amount  of Rearden Metal to Ken Danagger. Rearden refuses to comply, and he and Danagger are indicted  and will go to trial. Eddie Willers tells the nameless worker in the Taggart cafeteria that Dagny worries about Danagger  and that she believes there is a destroyer loose whose purpose is to drain the world's brains. She  also believes that Danagger is ready — that he'll be the next to disappear. Eddie tells the worker that 
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