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