For anyone curious to learn what Ayn Rand was really like, one invaluable resource is her personal correspondence. Beginning with the publication of Letters of Ayn Rand in 1995, readers have had an opportunity to see. . .
Failing to Confront Islamic Totalitarianism (ARI Press, 2016) showcases the Ayn Rand Institute’s distinctive analysis of what went wrong in the American response to the jihadist menace after 9/11. From the outset we. . .
“Books, essays, articles are [an intellectual] movement’s permanent fuel,” Ayn Rand wrote in 1972. “Such texts,” says Onkar Ghate, chief philosophy officer and senior fellow at the Ayn Rand Institute, “are generated by. . .
The final group of never-before-published letters of Ayn Rand, spanning the years 1938 to 1950, is concerned more with Rand’s personal relationships and less with her work (though her work is never too far from any. . .