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Tuesday 19 August 2014
Robert Tracinski, The Federalist

…an excerpt from my forthcoming reader’s guide to Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged. The book is intended to be an adjunct to the novel and assumes that you have already read it. So there will be plenty of…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 19 Aug 2014
Monday 18 August 2014
Britt Hayes, ScreenCrush

…web – and has sinister plans for both of them. ‘Atlas Shrugged Part III: Who Is John Galt?’ (Limited) — Directed by James Manera. Starring Stephen Tobolowsky, Rob Morrow, and Eric Allan Kramer. The third and…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 18 Aug 2014
Sparta Independent

Other speakers included David Boaz of the Cato Institute, Jack Hunter of Rare.us, Jeffrey Tucker, and Glen Greenwald, along with a variety of other presentations including political comedy, music, and a special advance screening of the film Atlas Shrugged Part 3.
Ron Paul presented the final speech of the event.

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 18 Aug 2014
Sunday 17 August 2014
Sławomir Drelich, Newsweek Poland - Liberte!

…nie wliczając Biblii, był „Atlas zbuntowany” („Atlas Shrugged”) pisarki i publicystki libertariańskiej Ayn Rand. Ta rozmiarami przypominająca encyklopedię książka najwidoczniej przypadła do gustu Amerykanom…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 16 Aug 2014
Saturday 16 August 2014
So Hood

…by his life. They swore to find him. Who is John Galt? Atlas Shrugged: Part III is an upcoming film based on the novel Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. It is a sequel to the 2012 film Atlas Shrugged: Part II…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 16 Aug 2014
Estherville News

Milburn makes an effort to have time for reading and is quite pleased to say his all-time favorite novel is “Atlas Shrugged” by Ayn Rand.

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 15 Aug 2014
Samantha Wilson, Film School Rejects

Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt Unless you’re a diehard Libertarian or the ghost of Ayn Rand herself back from the…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 11 Aug 2014
Marc Gerstein, Seeking Alpha

…the first Seeking Alpha strategy inspired by John Galt but I love the idea. My approach is different from that of my predecessor; I want visionary innovative companies…

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 16 Aug 2014
Friday 15 August 2014
Tim Torkildson, Petoskey News-Review

Interactive audio books. Okay for non-fiction, maybe, where you can whisper sweet nothings to the heroine in a Harlequin Romance novel and hear back some heavy breathing, but what if you’re reading something controversial like Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged”, or Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring”? You could spend the rest of your life arguing with the Carson book that we need DDT or with the Rand book that Objectivism is atheistic – but all you’d get out of it would be a set of tired tonsils.

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 15 Aug 2014
Sarah Jones, PoliticsUSA

Paul Ryan is able to justify the fantastic in Ayn Rand’s fiction — suspending disbelief — and in fact, treats it as if it’s real. Fictional cheating is bad, because it taints the voters’ perception of reality. And yet, fictional monetary policy as espoused by Ayn Rand is good because it taints the voters’ perception of reality a convenient way.

Posted almost 4 years ago Publication date: 15 Aug 2014
12:47 p.m. EDT August 15, 2014, Tallahassee Democrat (FL)

Nicole’s character is an explicit counter to the kind of man John Galt represents. Nicole is a compassionate entrepreneur who also has a deep sense of loyalty and duty to family and community.

Posted about 4 years ago Publication date: 15 Aug 2014
Jason Pye, United Liberty

The makers of Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt? — the final chapter of the trilogy based on Ayn Rand’s magnum opus — released the trailer for the film ahead of its September 12 release date.

The trailer focuses on the heroine, Dagny Taggert, and the mysterious John Galt

Posted about 4 years ago Publication date: 15 Aug 2014