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Chile
used in Atlas Shrugged

13 uses
  • News of a shocking development has just reached us from Santiago, Chile!
    3.5 Part 3 Chapter 5 — Their Brothers' Keepers (18% in)
  • He owned cattle ranches, coffee plantations and most of the copper mines of Chile.
    1.3 Part 1 Chapter 3 — The Top and the Bottom (46% in)
  • I have a superintendent 77! in charge of it now, who used to be my best metallurgist in Chile.
    3.2 Part 3 Chapter 2 — The Utopia of Greed (29% in)
  • ...been followed by a few cocktails at the home of Orren Boyle, with only one unobtrusive gentleman from Argentina sitting silently in a corner, while two executives from Washington and a few friends of unspecified positions had talked about national resources, metallurgy, mineralogy, neighborly duties and the welfare of the globe-and had mentioned that a loan of four billion dollars would be granted within three weeks to the People's State of Argentina and the People's State of Chile.
    3.4 Part 3 Chapter 4 — Anti-Life (2% in)
  • ...by a small cocktail party in a private room of the bar built like a cellar on the roof of a skyscraper, an informal party given by him, James Taggart, for the directors of a recently formed company, The Interneighborly Amity and Development Corporation, of which Orren Boyle was president and a slender, graceful, overactive man from Chile was treasurer, a man whose name was Senor Mario Martinez, but whom Taggart was tempted, by some resemblance of spirit, to call Senor Cuffy Meigs.
    3.4 Part 3 Chapter 4 — Anti-Life (3% in)
  • The last event of the day had been a large dinner reception at the home of Senor Rodrigo Gonzales, a diplomatic representative of Chile.
    3.4 Part 3 Chapter 4 — Anti-Life (3% in)
  • He had lost his property-it was said-when Chile, becoming a People's State, had nationalized all properties, except those belonging to citizens of backward, non-People's countries, such as Argentina; but he had adopted an enlightened attitude and had joined the new regime, placing himself in the service of his country.
    3.4 Part 3 Chapter 4 — Anti-Life (3% in)
  • Dinner had been about to be served, when he had heard what he had come to hear: Senor Gonzales had mentioned-the smoke of his cigar weaving over the half-dozen men who had drifted toward his armchair-that by agreement with the future People's State of Argentina, the properties of d'Anconia Copper would be nationalized by the People's State of Chile, in less than a month, on September 2.
    3.4 Part 3 Chapter 4 — Anti-Life (5% in)
  • ...been closed in Kansas, and the station agent, who had wanted to be a scientist, had given up his studies and become a dishwasher-that he, James Taggart, might sit in a private barroom and pay for the alcohol pouring down Orren Boyle's throat, for the waiter who sponged Boyle's garments when he spilled his drink over his chest, for the carpet burned by the cigarettes of an ex-pimp from Chile who did not want to take the trouble of reaching for an ashtray across a distance of three feet.
    3.4 Part 3 Chapter 4 — Anti-Life (8% in)
  • A special session of the legislature of the People's State of Chile had been called for ten o'clock this morning, to pass an act of utmost importance to the people of Chile, Argentina and other South American People's States.
    3.5 Part 3 Chapter 5 — Their Brothers' Keepers (18% in)
  • A special session of the legislature of the People's State of Chile had been called for ten o'clock this morning, to pass an act of utmost importance to the people of Chile, Argentina and other South American People's States.
    3.5 Part 3 Chapter 5 — Their Brothers' Keepers (18% in)
  • In that same instant, on the stroke of ten, by an infernal marvel of synchronization, every property of d'Anconia Copper on the face of the globe, from Chile to Siam to Spain to Pottsville, Montana, had been blown up and swept away.
    3.5 Part 3 Chapter 5 — Their Brothers' Keepers (19% in)
  • In place of the golden dawn of a new age, the People's States of Chile and Argentina are left with a pile of rubble and hordes of unemployed on their hands.
    3.5 Part 3 Chapter 5 — Their Brothers' Keepers (20% in)

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