Douglas J. Den Uyl (born 1950) is Vice President of Educational Programs at Liberty Fund.
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Roark, … like Socrates before him, appears quite willing to martyr himself. … The leading characters in Atlas Shrugged, however, have chosen voluntary exile—reminiscent of Aristotle’s response to Athens when he was charged with the same “crimes” as Socrates. Douglas J. Den Uyl, The Fountainhead: An American Novel (New York: 1999), p. 106