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Tuesday 29 August 2017

…Ayn) Rand is best known as the author of “The Fountainhead” and “Atlas Shrugged,” but before these came “We the Living,” the novel perhaps closest to her heart. It was certainly the novel closest to her life…

Posted 10 months ago Publication date: 29 Aug 2017
Friday 21 July 2017
Accuracy in Academia

…Accuracy in Academia We the Living comes alive at Cato InstituteAccuracy in AcademiaOriginally published in 1936, Rand’s novel struggled to sell and initially only brought Rand…

Posted 11 months ago Publication date: 21 Jul 2017
Wednesday 05 April 2017
Times-Call (Longmont, CO)

…Trump, as the America First Messiah, is John Galt ushering in Ayn Rand’s libertarian paradise portrayed in her novel “We the Living” or the bullying Big Brother of George Orwell’s “1984,” but he has…

Posted about 1 year ago Publication date: 04 Apr 2017
Saturday 31 December 2016
DrHurd.com - Daily Dose of Reason

…then not to dream of it, but to demand it.” — from We the Living, by…

Posted over 1 year ago Publication date: 31 Dec 2016
Saturday 03 December 2016
Townhall.com

…need some quick reads, how about starting with Ayn Rand’s “We the Living,” and my own “Confucius Never Said?” What about Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, who tweeted “Fidel Castro was…

Posted over 1 year ago Publication date: 03 Dec 2016
Tuesday 29 November 2016
Napa Valley Register (CA)

…can hear the hissing and spitting already. First, “We the Living” (Ayn Rand, 1936). Ms. Rand’s first novel after escaping Soviet Russia is somewhat autobiographical. It is a touching story of three young people…

Posted over 1 year ago Publication date: 29 Nov 2016
Saturday 26 November 2016
Dan King, Post-Star (Glens Falls, NY)

…they espouse in their books.  The late Ayn Rand is one such writer. She is perhaps the best known thinker of libertarian ideas. Her novels Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead are grounded…

Posted over 1 year ago Publication date: 26 Nov 2016
Tuesday 22 November 2016

…them. $xmltest = array( new Xmltest( “AYN RAND”, “Ayn Rand Institute”, “1/1/2016”, array( “We the Living”, “The Fountainhead”, “Atlas Shrugged” ) ), new Xmltest( “Ernest Hemingway”, “Hemingway…

Posted over 1 year ago Publication date: 22 Nov 2016
Thursday 17 November 2016

…WSJ) Jennifer Grossman—Can You Love God and Ayn Rand? Posted by Kendall Harmon Though her atheism never wavered, Rand’s feelings toward religion weren’t simplistic. She admired the…

Posted over 1 year ago Publication date: 17 Nov 2016
Wall Street Journal

…Jennifer Anju Grossman’s “Can You Love God and Ayn Rand?” (Houses of Worship, Nov. 11): Ms. Grossman writes: “It’s possible to read ‘Atlas Shrugged,’ ‘We the Living,’ ‘The Fountainhead’ and ‘Anthem…

Posted over 1 year ago Publication date: 17 Nov 2016
Wednesday 16 November 2016
Toute La Culture

…Française, adapte pour la scène le roman fleuve d’Ayn RandThe Fountainhead” (La source vive). Un questionnement brûlant sur la création et les choix de l’artiste. En transparence la question de l…

Posted over 1 year ago Publication date: 16 Nov 2016
Friday 11 November 2016
Stephen R. C. Hicks, Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

…became a passionate advocate of her philosophy, Objectivism. Rand’s philosophy is in the Aristotelian tradition, with that tradition’s emphasis upon metaphysical naturalism, empirical reason in epistemology…

Posted over 1 year ago Publication date: 04 Nov 2016