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Atlas Shrugged
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  • She thought that one could build a hydroelectric plant, just large enough to supply the power for her cabin and for the town of Woodstock-Woodstock could be made to be productive-those wild apple trees she saw in such unusual numbers among the dense growth on the hillsides, were the remnants of orchards-suppose one were to reclaim them, then build a small spur to the nearest railroad-oh, stop it!

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  • The hydroelectric project at the Three Gorges Dam cost forty billion dollars and is expected to generate 100 terawatt hours of electricity.

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