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They’ve been replaced by individuals who seek to exist without judgment, without having to decide whether something is either A or non-A. In reality, either it is safe to send a coal-burning engine into the tunnel or it is not safe. But no one at Taggart Transcontinental will officially declare that it is safe or not safe. They seek to exist in some indefinite, nebulous middle. The passengers too seek to exist in the middle. They accept and echo all the ideas and slogans of the looters, yet still expect there to be functioning trains and a functioning industrial civilization.
It is this form of torture, this white blackmail, that Hank is starting to understand. Lillian is worried, and not without reason, that Hank will do what Francisco did to d’Anconia Copper. The reason she is worried is that although Hank remains captive to alien standards in his personal life, he is beginning to see the importance of explicitly proclaiming his standards in business. This becomes evident when Ferris tries to blackmail Hank into voluntarily selling Rearden Metal to the State Science Institute for Project X.
Dagny does quit after Directive 10-289 is passed, but she doesn’t know how to go on after that. She feels caught in a world without shape or identity. “It seems monstrously wrong to surrender the world to the looters,” she says, “and monstrously wrong to live under their rule. I can neither give up nor go The Part and Chapter Headings of Atlas Shrugged 21 back. I can neither exist without work nor work as a serf” (618). But she rushes back to the world after the tunnel disaster, unable to abandon her love to its complete destruction.
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