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Monday 24 December 2018

…Christmas at the O'Connors’: How Ayn Rand Celebrated  New IdealItems from the Ayn Rand Archives and passages from Rand’s writings show that Christmas was one of the author’s favorite…

Posted 8 months ago Publication date: 24 Dec 2018
Friday 14 October 2016
Julia Wick, LAist

…Archives, or far more niche interests, like the Ayn Rand Archives, the LA84 Foundation, the Baseball Reliquary, and—my personal favorite—the David Boulé California Orange Collection. The full slate of…

Posted almost 3 years ago Publication date: 14 Oct 2016
Tuesday 23 December 2014
David Akadjian, AlterNet

According to Scott McConnell’s 100 Voices: An Oral History of Ayn Rand she did indeed. Unfortunately, none are included in McConnell’s 656 page book.

Fortunately, with a little help from the Ayn Rand Archives*, we’re able to present to you this exclusive, never-before-seen collection of Ayn Rand favorites.

Posted over 4 years ago Publication date: 22 Dec 2014
Thursday 04 December 2014
Zoe Szathmary, Daily Mail (London)

Atlas Shrugged’ is widely known for a speech delivered by character John Galt. The sentence 'Who is John Galt?’ regularly appears on bumper stickers and other merchandise.
Rand herself came to be known as the founder of the Objectivist movement. Individualism and laissez-faire capitalism are two tenets supported by the philosophy.
The New York Observer wrote that during Rand’s lifetime 'To the left, she was a reactionary, a fascist, a capitalist pig who advocated for a complete separation between government and economics, limitless individualism and the virtue of selfishness.
'To the right, she was an atheist; to moderates, an absolutist.’

Posted over 4 years ago Publication date: 04 Dec 2014
Joanna Connors, The Plain Dealer, Plain Dealer (Cleveland)

Ayn Rand has a new novel coming out.

The favorite author of libertarians everywhere died in 1982, but a “lost” novel she wrote in 1934 was discovered in the Ayn Rand Archives at the Ayn Rand Institute.

Posted over 4 years ago Publication date: 04 Dec 2014
Sandy Fitzgerald, Newsmax

“As the longtime publisher of Ayn Rand’s works, New American Library is excited to continue its successful collaboration with the Rand estate,” said NAL Senior Vice President and Publisher Kara Welsh in a press release about the new Rand book.

The publication will contain the original novel and play, both written in 1934 while Rand was in her late 20s.

Welsh added that “the arrival of a never-before-seen Ayn Rand novel will thrill dedicated readers and is a true publishing event.”

Posted over 4 years ago Publication date: 04 Dec 2014
Clare Swanson, Publishers Weekly

Ideal, the first Ayn Rand novel to be released since 1957’s Atlas Shrugged, is set to be published by Penguin Random House imprint NAL on July 7, 2015.

Posted over 4 years ago Publication date: 04 Dec 2014
Wednesday 30 July 2014
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Michael Shaughnessy, EducationViews

…do? I’m happy to! Currently, I’m curator at the Ayn Rand Archives, which is a department of the Ayn Rand Institute. The Archives is the world’s largest repository of Rand-themed material. Our mission…

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 30 Jul 2014
Monday 16 June 2014
Mediaite

…The Libertarian equivalent of the Dead Sea Scrolls just happened, guys: the Ayn Rand Institute announced today that they discovered a “lost Ayn Rand novel,” and not only will they publish it in July, they will also devote an entire seminar to the subject of Ayn Rand’s secret lost novel. Okay…

Posted about 5 years ago Publication date: 16 Jun 2014