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Atlas Shrugged Quiz


Find out how much you know about Atlas Shrugged in this fun little 10-question quiz.


10 thoughts on “Atlas Shrugged Quiz

  1. Great quiz!

  2. I didn’t know she was thinking of calling it The Strike. Atlas Shrugged is definitely a better name. Love the quiz. 😃

  3. Cute quiz!
    Atlas Shrugged=magnum opus?
    Nah. More like
    Atlas Shrugged=The Fountainhead on steroids

  4. Anyone who says they don’t like Atlas Shrugged hasn’t read Atlas Shrugged. Or they read it and didn’t understand it at all.

  5. I sometimes wonder why Ayn didn’t include in her story the structure of the United States government? I don’t believe she mentions the US president, vice-president, secretary of state, senators, congressmen or anyone of that sort throughout the story.

    1. She wouldn’t want to use the real president’s name (the man who was president at the time). If she made up a president’s name, that would be maybe a little weird.

      1. Also, “President” is an honorable title. It has this aura of greatness around it, and the looters that Rand is portraying in the book have zero honor or greatness 🤣

  6. It’s so interesting how Jim Taggart and the rest of the looters are constantly preaching about the public good, but the people who they call selfish are actually the ones who help the “public” the most.

  7. Loveeeee it!

  8. The scene when the goats explode on the farm, with this “project X” concept that Ferris and other looters created, and then said Dr Stadler created, is so freaky.
    Especially when everyone else had to then say how much they loved it.
    One part that really struck me was when the young man said to Dr Stadler, after the weapon exploded the goats, “tell them the truth! Tell them that you had nothing to do with it! Tell them what sort of infernal machine it is and for what purpose it’s intended to be used! Tell the country what people are trying to rule it! Nobody can doubt your word! Tell them the truth! Save us! You’re the only one who can!”
    Stadler, man. You knew better.

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