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The Fountainhead - Study Guide Part 4, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapter 6 Summary

Toohey discusses freedom with his followers. He says that true freedom is found in service to others, citing other followers. Gus Webb is now leading a group called We Don't Read Wynand, because The Banner has been changing. They are gaining momentum. Several advertisers are thinking of removing their backing of the paper.

Toohey thinks that he would have enjoyed telling Dominique about this conversation, and as he's laughing to himself, a policeman questions him. Toohey tells the policeman to arrest him if he wants to protect the innocent.

Part 4, Chapter 6 Analysis

Toohey exults in his own growing power, further emphasizing that he is not selfless, but selfish in his ambition. As he grows in power, so to does his arrogance. His words to the police officer indicate that he is aware of his own malevolence and is less concerned with keeping up the act...

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