List of Atlas Shrugged characters

This is a list of characters in Ayn Rand's 1957 novel Atlas Shrugged.
The Great War in England in 1897
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Elwin Ransom
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Atlas Shrugged
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The Shape of Things to Come
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The Ultimate Solution
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Harry Gwynette
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Marvin Dana
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Oscar de Lagoanère
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Dartmouth Hall
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