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used in Atlas Shrugged

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of a person:  a nation's ruler or head of state

of a political body:  not controlled by outside forces
  • I am speaking to those among you who have retained some sovereign shred of their soul, unsold and unstamped: '-to the order of others.'
    3.7 Part 3 Chapter 7 — "This is John Galt Speaking" (95% in)
  • But danger, to him, was a signal to shut off his sight, suspend his judgment and pursue an unaltered course, on the unstated premise that the danger would remain unreal by the sovereign power of his wish not to see it-like a foghorn within him, blowing, not to sound a warning, but to summon the fog.
    3.4 Part 3 Chapter 4 — Anti-Life (10% in)
  • Fight for the essence of that which is man: for his sovereign rational mind.
    3.7 Part 3 Chapter 7 — "This is John Galt Speaking" (**% in)
  • He kept stating in the tone of a feudal sovereign, "I'm the boss here, from now on ....
    3.9 Part 3 Chapter 9 — The Generator (18% in)

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