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Atlas Shrugged - A Companion Book

I just finished ready a book that I have never read before – Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged.

I am so astonished by how well the book follows the seven galleries found in my ebook that I have decided to make this book a highly recommended companion to my ebook.   159 more words

Radical RAND: The Truth About GOP Hero Ayn Rand - reminder

I have to say, I do not usually read articles from Maureen Dowd but this one about ayn rand grabbed my attention …

by Maureen Dowd… 1,250 more words

~ Politics Petitions Pollution &pop Culture

Over the past few days, I have developed an acute but powerful appreciation for my ability to read. I watched Donald Trump’s inauguration. I listened to his dismal speech. 396 more words

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For twelve years you’ve been asking “Who is John Galt?” This is John Galt speaking. I’m the man who’s taken away your victims and thus destroyed your world.

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Who was Ayn Rand?

Ayn Rand was born 2 February 1905 in St. Petersburg , Russia, nee Alissa Zinovievna Rosenbaum. She came to America in 1926, lived for a while with relatives in Chicago, then moved to Hollywood, where she worked for… 812 more words

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The longing of Dagny * Atlas Shrugged

I’m slowly making my way through this beast of a novel and I feel for Dagny Taggart the most. She’s a woman, over-achiever in a man’s world, running a powerful business full-steam and in spite of all the dead weight hanging on to her in form of her incapable brother and board of directors. 691 more words

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