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Atlas Shrugged Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapter 4 "Anti-Life" Summary

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Part 3, Chapter 4 "Anti-Life" Summary

James gives a hundred-dollar bill to a beggar. Money means nothing to him anymore. He has been busy, meeting all day with government men. The People's State of Chile will nationalize d'Anconia Copper on September 2. James goes home to dinner with Cherryl, his young wife, who has risen in poise and stature. She is now used to luxury and servants. James orders champagne to celebrate his "big" deal, the nationalization of d'Anconia Copper. Cherryl asks if Francisco was not James' friend. Cherryl also thinks what Dagny did in her radio broadcast was great. The only consequence was that Scudder's radio show was taken off the air as not being in the public interest. He was James' friend too. Cherryl wants to know why he could not help Scudder. He answers that someone had to be the scapegoat...

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