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"Humanity's Darkest Evil": The Lethal Destructiveness of Non-Objective Law (MP3 download)

This lecture explores Judge Narragansett’s claim in "Atlas Shrugged" that non-objective law is “humanity’s darkest evil.” It explains Ayn Rand’s view of the basic role of government and the importance of individual freedom. While government is a necessary good, strict objectivity in a legal system is vital to keep government’s use of its power in check...
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"Let Us Alone!"/The Structure of Government (MP3 download)

This download includes two radio broadcasts. In the first, Ayn Rand reads aloud three of her Los Angeles Times columns from the early 1960s. All three columns discuss different aspects of capitalism, and Rand offers brief analysis linking them together. In the second, a radio interview, Rand responds to questions about the structure and purpose of government,...See More
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“What Can One Do?” (MP3 download)

Ayn Rand’s article “What Can One Do?” addresses the question of what an individual can do to effect philosophical change in the culture. Join Yaron Brook for this closing talk as he revisits Rand’s question in the context of Objectivist Movement 2.0.
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100 Voices: An Oral History of Ayn Rand

Drawing on 100 never-before-published interviews, Scott McConnell presents a unique portrait of a larger-than-life literary giant and a fascinating individual. Focusing on the private Rand, McConnell talked to the author's family, friends, fans, and associates, as well as Hollywood stars, university professors, fiction writers, and many more. (Softcover; 656...See More
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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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A Companion to Ayn Rand (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy)

The first volume to offer a comprehensive scholarly treatment of Rand’s entire corpus (including her novels, her philosophical essays, and her analysis of the events of her times), this Companion provides vital orientation and context for scholars and educated readers grappling with a controversial and understudied thinker whose enduring influence on American (and...See More
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A Culture’s Sense of Life—and Lessons for Cultural Change (MP3 download)

Ayn Rand believed that a culture, like an individual, has a sense of life. What does that consist of? How is it manifested? And of what significance is it? What are the major features of the contemporary United States’ sense of life, and how should a person use his awareness of this in the campaign for a better world? And in enhancing his own more personal...See More
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A Nation's Unity (Free MP3 download)

Ayn Rand demonstrates how genuine unity rests upon the inviolability of individual rights. (Free MP3 download)
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A Philosopher Looks at the O.J. Verdict (MP3 download)

In one of the most widely publicized trials in American history, former football star O. J. Simpson was acquitted in 1995 on charges of murdering his ex-wife and her friend. In this 1996 lecture delivered at Boston’s Ford Hall Forum, philosopher Leonard Peikoff argues that “the verdict, along with what led to it, reveals in stark purity the contradictions of our...See More
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A Picture Is Not an Argument (MP3 download)

In today’s culture, on behalf of causes ranging from abortion to war, people often rely on emotionally provocative images to advance their viewpoint. In this 1998 lecture delivered at Boston’s Ford Hall Forum, philosopher Leonard Peikoff analyzes this practice, in part by explaining his refusal to participate in a debate over abortion where pictures were to be...See More
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