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In the novel 'Atlas Shrugged' by Ayn Rand what were the names of the three students who were taught by which two professors?

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John Galt, Francisco d'Anconio and Ragnar Danneskjold were the students. I am not sure of the professors. One is Dr. Hugh Akston; the other may be Dr. Robert Stadler or Dr. Ferris.

Apr 04 2000, 10:05 PM
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John Galt -- Galt's Gulch -- "Amongst them are Francisco d'Anconia and Ragnar Danneskjöld, with whom he had studied at Patrick Henry University."

Dr. Robert Stadler -- A former professor at Patrick Henry University, mentor to Francisco d'Anconia, John Galt and Ragnar Danneskjöld.

Hugh Akston -- Identified as "One of the last great advocates of reason." He was a renowned philosopher and the head of the Department of Philosophy at Patrick Henry University, where he taught Francisco d'Anconia, John Galt, and Ragnar Danneskjöld.


Jan 13 2008, 1:52 PM
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