Roark rails against the concept of having anyone alter his designs and goes to great lengths to ensure the integrity of his work. Drawing on the readings, the short videos and the feature film.
Why is this?
Why can't he compromise?
Should he have compromised?
Does he have a compelling moral case for breaking the law by dynamiting the building he designed?
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