Ayn Rand: A Sense of Life

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Darnell

The grass is always creamier

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Darnell

The "state" will use us individuals for "their" "purp"oses. Democracy and Communism are not opposites. They are both rule by the "commune" ity. All governments lie. The U.S. attacks the Syrian president, using the Syrian rebels. Russia attacks the 'rebels'. Both 'purge' the oil. No surprise ...Read more

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Dan

I read "The Fountainhead" over 30 years ago when I decided to study Architecture and I must admit I completely missed the point. I must go back and retrace my steps now that I see how important and influential this great lady was and is . They just don't make 'em like this any more.

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Dylan

Whether you're a conservative or liberal, or neither, there is no denying Ayn Rand's profound influence on American politics and culture. Many leading Republicans express an almost fanatical adoration for Rand, and even those who despise her political theories admire her many important ...Read more

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