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This book is a collection of essays / opinions submitted to a column in the L.A Times by Ayn Rand . These writings are as relevant today , as they were when they were created .
Paperback, 134 pages
Published October 1st 1998 by Second Renaissance Pr
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Christopher
This short book contains all of the columns that Ayn Rand, (author of “Atlas Shrugged” and “The Fountainhead”) wrote for "The Los Angeles Times". These columns are short, but still insightful and feature crucial identifications about all branches of philosophy, but mostly on politics.

See her short summation of her philosophy of Objectivism; her assessment of the Cuban Missile Crisis and Kennedy’s handling of it; the obvious good of capitalism and West Germany vs. the destitution, murder, and oth
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