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- He predicted a better world to come, where all men would be brothers and their buildings would become harmonious and all alike, in the great tradition of Greece, "the Mother of Democracy."1.6 — Part 1 Chapter 6 (16% in)
- Others declared that there was a certain similarity between the design of Cortlandt and Roark's style of building, that Keating, Prescott and Webb might have borrowed a little from Roark—"a legitimate adaptation"—"there's no property rights on ideas"—"in a democracy, art belongs to all the people"—and that Roark had been prompted by the vengeance lust of an artist who had believed himself plagiarized.4.13 — Part 4 Chapter 13 (32% in)
- The situation is medieval and a disgrace to democracy.4.16 — Part 4 Chapter 16 (20% in)
There are no more uses of "democracy" in The Fountainhead.
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