The looters want Dagny to speak on the radio and reassure the country that the railroad industry isn

The looters want Dagny to speak on the radio and reassure the country that the railroad industry isn

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The looters want Dagny to speak on the radio and reassure the country that the railroad industry isn't  disintegrating. Initially, Dagny refuses, but Lillian Rearden visits Dagny and informs her that the  rulers know of her affair with Rearden and will announce it publicly if she refuses to make the  address. Dagny goes on the radio and speaks openly and proudly about her relationship with  Rearden. She states that the government blackmailed Rearden into signing over the rights to his  metal. Dagny sees Rearden that night. She cannot tell him where she has been, but Rearden  realizes that she met the man she truly loves while she was gone. Rearden now feels free from the grip of the altruist ethics and yearns to see the man who helped  release him — Francisco. Rearden laments that he will never see Francisco again. The Railroad Unification Plan is a desperate ploy that James Taggart and the socialist politicians 
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course ENG 1320 taught by Professor Bost during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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