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Comparative Econ Systems

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Comparative Econ Systems ECN 408

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Date Created: 11/01/15
HOUR 3 Tyler Cannon Billy Crede Ryan Bowman Formal Warning o State Science Institute issues a warning that Rearden metal is needing further study to prove that it is safe o Dr Robert Stadler is a former professor at the Patrick Henry University o Although he has no direct role in the announcement he believes it is necessary 9 Even though he acknowledges the metal as a brilliant achievement State Science Institute o Dr Stadler points out that the SSI had been ineffective at producing a new metal o He also notesthat Itwould be embarrassing if a private individual created something vastly superior than that was created by a government funded organization Discussion 1 Is Dr Stadler a true scientist 0 Does he view his pet institute as more important than actual science The John Galt Line o Dagny tells James Taggart that her plan to actually build the Rio Norte line out of Rearden metal is to start a new company The John Galt Line o Dagny Explains her plan to Fransico He refuses to give her funding Getting the Metal o Dagny approaches Hank Rearden to start rolling the metal for the John Galt line a He not only agrees to start production on the metal but also contributes significant capital to the project e In Hank s office Hank begins to confess his feelings for Dagny o Saying that her best feature was that she was the best business woman he ever knew w Significance showing his values The Equalization Bill o At the crescendo of his love confession to Dagny they are interrupted They are told that a new bill is being passed into law The Equalization of Opportunity bill o Limits the number of companies an individual can own to a single entity o Consequences Hank Rearden has to sell off all of his other businesses Dwight Sanders has to stop making locomotives because he already manufactures airplanes He promptly disappears Discussion 2 How does this effect the economy as a whole Beginning Operations o The John Galt line has many orders before it even starts despite the public doubt o Why is this o What does it say about the public sector a The leader of train directors union tries to refuse to run the John Galt line o Dagny encourages him to allow the freedom of his engineers to choose to run the line or not Beginning Operations o Dagny asks employees of Taggert to volunteer for the first run on the John Galt line 9 She receives an ovenNhelming number of volunteers o Both Dagny and Rearden decide to ride in the cab o The editor of the paper covering the launch of the first train wanted everyone to look scared because they were travelling on Rearden metal rail Crossing the Bridge o A militia was formed to protect the railway from saboteurs Why did these people have such a vested interest o The train easily crossed the bridge of Rearden Metal o They were greeted with a standing ovation at the receiving platform The Wyatt House a After the first run Ellis Wyatt invites both Dagny and Hank to his house for their resounding success a That evening after dinner Hank and Dagny become intimate Rearden and Dagny s Vacation o Dagny s interest in the Twentieth century Motor Company leads her to ask Hank to take her there on their vacation o The factory was in ruins and Dagny states that it is like viewing the autopsy of a lover o As they were exploring the factory she finds an object of unknown wiring fueled by an unknown fuel The Motor o They discover that the motor was planned to run off of static electricity pulled from the air o Obviously this would restructure the world economy Discussion 3 How would this discovery effect the characters in the book and the economy at large The Fate of Twentieth Century Motor o The approach the mayor of the local town regarding information on the creator of the engine o He states that property had changed hands more times than he could remember 6 There was also a banker that loaned money form his heart instead of for financial success His bank quickly failed The Death of Colorado o In the midst of their search Hank and Dagny are told of a plan to kill Colorado o This plan is put in place by the neighboring states to limit the amount of train cars that trains in Colorado can pull to the amount of the surrounding states o Orren Boyle also wants the preservation of livelihood act Preservation of Livelihood Act o This law would only allow the same amount of Rearden metal to be produced as competing steel mills could produce o Another group wants a law passed that would make it illegal for states based in the East to move West What patterns can you draw from the legislation passed Eugene Lawson o Dagny travels to talk to the former leader of a major bank in Wisconsin 9 The same bank that handled the Twentieth Century Motor Company 6 He says that he never loaned money based on greed he loaned it on need e After much delay Dagny pries from him that the former manager of the Factory was named Lee Hunsgen LAST SLIDE


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