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ARI Donors Enjoying Summer Issue of Ayn Rand Today

Rare material by and about Ayn Rand is highlighted in this issue of ARI’s quarterly publication.

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ARI donors and members have received the summer 2022 issue of Ayn Rand Today, the quarterly magazine that chronicles facets of Ayn Rand’s life, her ideas and the ongoing educational efforts of the Ayn Rand Institute to advance her philosophy.

The latest issue is packed with rare material by and about Ayn Rand while detailing ARI’s efforts to engage new, intellectually curious audiences. Some highlights:

  • In three interviews on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson in 1967, Rand covered an impressive range of important cultural topics. “Ayn Rand in America’s Living Rooms” by Tom Bowden draws on resources in the Ayn Rand Archives to describe the interviews and their significance.
  • In Part 2 of her essay “Moral Inflation” (originally published in the Ayn Rand Letter in 1974), Rand dissects the moral travesty of the so-called National Day of Humiliation. The third and final part of the essay discusses the causes of America’s widespread demoralization and will be published in the fall 2022 issue of Ayn Rand Today.
  • In “Finding the Next Generation of Objectivist Leaders,” Don Watkins, who recently joined Ayn Rand University as director of Coaching & Mentoring, gives us an overview of ARI’s initiatives to enroll interested young students in ARU programs.

Ayn Rand Today is mailed to donors and members of the Ayn Rand Institute and is available to them online as well. To become a supporter and enjoy more exclusive content from Ayn Rand and ARI, click here.


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Ricardo Pinto

Ricardo Pinto, BA in philosophy, is a junior fellow at the Ayn Rand Institute.

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