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The Fountainhead
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  • Wynand was smiling, but the smile remained fixed, and Keating felt compelled to go on talking until some sign stopped him.
  • If everybody were compelled to have the proper kind of education, we’d have a better world.
  • She wondered why her normal desire to say little, to hold things closed, broke down before him, why she felt compelled to simple frankness, such as she could offer no one else.

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  • Does our DNA compel us to act as we do?
  • Can we compel the witness to testify?

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