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Atlas Shrugged

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Ayn Rand
Published
1957
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Ayn Rand’s magnum opus, a mystery story on a global scale that centers not on the murder of one man’s body, but on the murder — and rebirth — of man’s spirit, all unfolding from the enigmatic question with which the novel begins: “Who is John Galt?”
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The Fountainhead

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Ayn Rand
Published
1943
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The story of Howard Roark, an innovative architect who breaks with tradition, recognizes no authority but that of his own independent judgment, and struggles for the integrity of his creative work against every form of social opposition.
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Anthem

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Ayn Rand
Published
1938
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The story of one man’s rebellion against a future dystopia in which independent thought is a crime, science and technology have regressed to primitive levels, and collectivism is so ingrained that the very word “I” has been erased from the language.
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We the Living

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Ayn Rand
Published
1936
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Ayn Rand’s poignant story of a young woman who struggles to live and love in a collectivist dictatorship that suffocates the spirits of its best citizens.
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The Virtue of Selfishness

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Ayn Rand
Published
1964
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Essays expounding Ayn Rand’s “new concept of egoism,” a morality of rational selfishness that rejects all forms of sacrifice — both the sacrifice of others to self (the typical brutish concept of “selfishness”) and the sacrifice of self to others (the conventional morality of altruism).
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Philosophy: Who Needs It

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Ayn Rand
Published
1982
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In this essay collection, Ayn Rand argues that philosophy is not a useless pastime for brooding teenagers or ivory-tower intellectuals but a vitally necessary subject with profound implications for the most important issues in human life.
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Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal

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Ayn Rand
Published
1966
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A collection of essays that demolish many of the myths surrounding laissez-faire capitalism and explain, in theoretical and historical detail, why Ayn Rand regarded it not merely as an engine of economic progress, but as a profoundly moral social system.
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Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology

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Ayn Rand
Published
1966
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An introduction to Objectivism’s theory of knowledge through its account of the nature and formation of concepts — a non-skeptical, non-mystical theory of how concepts allow man to acquire vast knowledge of the universe, unattainable on the perceptual level of consciousness.
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The Ayn Rand Column

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Ayn Rand
Published
1991
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All twenty-six of Rand’s syndicated weekly Los Angeles Times columns from 1962, analyzing then-current events from a philosophic perspective, plus rare articles such as “The Fascist New Frontier,” “The Only Path to Tomorrow” and “Why I Like Stamp Collecting.”
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The Art of Nonfiction

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Ayn Rand
Published
2000
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Ayn Rand’s step-by-step advice, intended for aspiring and accomplished writers alike, on how to achieve clarity in nonfiction.
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The Art of Fiction

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Ayn Rand
Published
2000
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Ayn Rand’s analysis of the methods for achieving unity of theme, plot, characterization and style — the four essential elements of fiction — plus her views on such related topics as “inspiration,” personal values, plot construction and writer’s block.
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The Ayn Rand Reader

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Ayn Rand
Published
1998
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An introduction to Ayn Rand’s ideas through selections from her most famous and most philosophical novels, Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead, and from her nonfiction essays, media interviews, private seminars and personal letters.
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