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The Four Letter Word: L-O-V-E

We hear so many other four letter words today, but not the most important of them all: Love. According to Ayn Rand:

To love is to value.

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Rewriting Ayn Rand

Do you have a novel that you have read time and time again? A story that – despite there being so many stories in the world to discover – you keep coming back to? 1,038 more words

Atlas Shrugged- Ayn Rand

My book review sounds more like a memoir. Whose opinion is that? No one’s other than mine. Every time I log into my blogs, I check the views page. 2,022 more words


Intellectual Property On Trial: John Galt, Howard Roark and Steve Ingalls

Intellectual property is one of the heated debates individualists have among themselves. Ayn Rand had explain the importance of intellectual property in her novels through Galt’s motor of the world, Roark’s bluepint, Ingalls’ converter (from Rand’s play-Think Twice). 1,246 more words


What's Mercantilism? Is It Good?

Mercantilism, also known as commercialism, was another system of buying and selling products from the 16th-18th centuries. Mercantilism was often put in the same category as absolutism. 451 more words


The house of John Galt

Many years ago, a manager and mentor encouraged me to read books authored by Ayn Rand. I got hooked. I read “We The Living,” “Anthem,” “The Fountainhead” and “Atlas Shrugged.” I never read anything before or since that struck me as that powerful, intense and thought-provoking. 313 more words