This chapter deepens Ayn Rand

This chapter deepens Ayn Rand - This chapter deepens Ayn...

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Unformatted text preview: This chapter deepens Ayn Rand's portrayal of som as parasitical. Rearden, Dagny, and the great Colorado industrialists have, against terrible difficulties, created enormously productive enterprises. They create steel, oil, transportation, and superb innovations. The goods and services they provide make it possible to build and heat homes, construct and fuel automobiles, and participate in countless other productive activities. As a result, they create jobs for thousands of employees. In a capitalist system, the great Colorado industrialists would be free to sell their products to customers and make the fortunes that they've earned. But under som, they're forced to carry less competent people along with them. The unions of railroad workers clamor for shorter trains that run at lower speeds, and the government makes these demands law. This means shorter trains that run at lower speeds, and the government makes these demands law....
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