Goddess of the Market

Goddess of the Market

Ayn Rand and the American Right

eBook - 2009
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Drawing on unprecedented access to Rand's private papers and the original, unedited versions of Rand's journals, Jennifer Burns offers a groundbreaking reassessment of this key cultural figure, examining her life, her ideas, and her impact on conservative political thought.
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (369 pages, [8] pages of plates) : illustrations

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msemos
Nov 01, 2015

a selfish evil woman revealed. the tone of the book is neutral but her thoughts and actions speak for themselves. all republicans and libertarians should have to read this.

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naturalist
Sep 10, 2014

Related article from AlterNet: .... “Her works are treated as gospel by right-wing powerhouses like Alan Greenspan and Clarence Thomas, but Ayn Rand found early inspiration in 1920's murderer William Hickman.” ..... http://www.alternet.org/story/145819/ayn_rand,_hugely_popular_author_and_inspiration_to_right-wing_leaders,_was_a_big_admirer_of_serial_killer

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gramsci
Sep 10, 2014

A thorough whitewash of the nastiness of Rand's personality. Famous hysterical outbursts ie at the public debate between Albert Ellis and Nathaniel Branden are omitted. Her effusive admiration for the sadistic murderer is simply glossed over. An honest and insightful biography of this influential sociopath has yet to be written.

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shariehyder
Jul 01, 2012

A pretty through biography of Ayn Rand. Fascinating!

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