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Spoiler alerts Here's the order I could reconstruct (please feel free to edit with changes if I got anything wrong): John Galt Ragnar, Francisco, and possibly Hugh Midas Mulligan and Judge Narragansett (both related to Judge Narragansett's ruling in the Lee Hunsacker lawsuit being overturned) William Hastings quit about a year John Galt. (He worked for a ...


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I just did a quick scan of the book (online PDF) and I'm of the opinion that it's impossible to know for certain. I think we can know the sequence of the first and the last, but not most in the middle, because that information is never stated in the book. The First: John Galt Ragnar, Francisco (maybe Hugh?) Midas Mulligan The Last (in reverse order): ...


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I don't think the book ever answers what the question was, so I'd like to take a shot at your more subjective question: what might it have been? There's a question that is asked a number of times throughout the book by the heroes: "By what right?" A few examples: What motive moved them?—what was their knowledge?—which one of them, unaided, could ...


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