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19th-Century Capitalism/Romantic Literature (MP3 download)

This download includes two 1964 radio interviews with Ayn Rand. The first focuses on aspects of 19th century capitalism, including the Constitution, tax laws, monopolies, tariffs, U.S. Steel, railroads, public utilities and The Homestead Act. In the second, Rand discusses romantic literature, the role of art in life, fiction writing, Victor Hugo, Shakespeare,...See More
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Ayn Rand: Q & A on Objectivism (MP3 download)

In this radio interview from the early 1960s, Ayn Rand responds to questions about her philosophy of Objectivism. Subjects addressed include: the role of Objectivism in her novels, why a man needs morality, the historical growth of collectivism and altruism, the achievements of America’s Founding Fathers, the morality of self-interest, and Rand’s advice on cultural...See More
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Ayn Rand: The Playboy Interview (50 Years of the Playboy Interview) (Kindle Edition)

As part of their celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first Playboy Interview, the editors of Playboy have republished their interview with Ayn Rand, from the March 1964 issue. (Kindle Edition)
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Conservatism vs. Objectivism/Issues in Education (MP3 download)

This mp3 download features two unrelated radio interviews with Ayn Rand: “Conservatism vs. Objectivism” and “Issues in Education.” In “Conservatism vs. Objectivism”, Rand discusses the crucial differences between conservatism and her philosophy of Objectivism. In “Issues in Education”, she offers a philosopher’s perspective on education-related topics such as child...See More
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Epistemology Workshop - Excerpt Recording (MP3 download)

Between 1969 and 1971, Ayn Rand conducted a series of four epistemology workshops for a dozen professionals in the field of philosophy, with the purpose of “chewing” the Objectivist theory of concepts. This recording includes three unedited excerpts from the workshops that were not included among the transcripts contained in the expanded second edition of...See More
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Interview With Ayn Rand (MP3 download)

In this 1976 radio interview, a panel of college students queries Ayn Rand, drawing out her views on a spectrum of issues, including the meaning of money; politicians and philosophy; the direction of our culture; the field of psychology; film and television; the meaning of sex and marriage; the "one and one-half" philosophers Rand admired; identifying emotions and...See More
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Objective Law (MP3 download)

In this interview from a 1960s radio show, Ayn Rand responds to questions about the nature and purpose of law. Rand discusses the crucial differences between objective and non-objective law, the principles governing rules of evidence, capital punishment, the scope of judicial discretion, and preventive laws, among other subjects.
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Objectively Speaking: Ayn Rand Interviewed

Edited by Marlene Podritske and Peter Schwartz Half a century of print and broadcast interviews of Ayn Rand are included in this collection of print interviews from the 1930s and 1940s, and edited transcripts of radio and television interviews from the 1950s through 1981. (Softcover; 276 pages)
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Politics of a Free Society (MP3 download)

In this radio interview from the early 1960s, Ayn Rand responds to questions about the ideal political structure of a free society. Subjects addressed include the government’s role as protector of individual rights, the relationship between a country’s political and economic systems, the role of a written constitution, voting, the difference between a democracy and...See More
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Speaking Freely (MP3 download)

Between 1967 and 1976, broadcast journalist Edwin Newman interviewed hundreds of leading figures for his program Speaking Freely. His wide-ranging interview with Ayn Rand in 1972 touched on the role of philosophy in setting cultural trends, as well as the 1960s ecology movement, attacks on science and industry, pollution laws, proper functions of government, labor...See More
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The "Robber Barons" (MP3 download)

In this interview recorded February 13, 1966, Ayn Rand discusses the so-called “robber barons” of the 19th century. Subjects addressed include Rand’s view of the “robber barons” as some of the greatest benefactors of mankind ever, the difference between economic power and political power, the injustice of antitrust legislation, and monopolies.
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The Enemies of "Extremism" (MP3 download)

In this 1964 radio interview, Ayn Rand responds to questions about the use of the term “extremism” in political discourse. Rand rejects “extremism” as an undefined term used to smear one’s opponent without evidence, analyzing several instances of the term’s use in presidential politics.
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