The Fountainhead

What is the main conflict in The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand?

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The novel's main conflict is between Roark and Toohey, as both men represent completely different aspects of society. Roark represents individualism.... artistic expression. Toohey, on the other hand, represents conformity and mediocrity.

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