This Work is expanded from Ayn Rand's original collection of 18 essays, Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal (1966). First published in this expanded form in November 1967, it includes a total of twenty essays by Ayn Rand, two essays by Nathaniel Branden, three essays by Alan Greenspan, and one essay by Robert Hessen. Please distinguish between these related but different Works. Thank you.
This is a challenging look at modern society by Ayn Rand and some of Americas most provocative intellectuals.
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Collects these essays: "What Is Capitalism?" by Ayn Rand "The Roots of War" by Ayn Rand "America's Persecuted Minority: Big Business" by Ayn Rand "Antitrust" by Alan Greenspan "Common Fallacies About Capitalism" by Nathaniel Branden "Gold and Economic Freedom" by Alan Greenspan "Notes on the History of American Free Enterprise" by Ayn Rand "The Effects of the Industrial Revolution on Women and Children" by Robert Hessen "The Assault on Integrity" by Alan Greenspan "The Property Status of Airwaves" by Ayn Rand "Patents and Copyrights" by Ayn Rand "Theory and Practice" by Ayn Rand "Let Us Alone!" by Ayn Rand "The Anatomy of Compromise" by Ayn Rand "Is Atlas Shrugging?" by Ayn Rand "The Pull Peddlers" by Ayn Rand "'Extremism,' or The Art of Smearing" by Ayn Rand "The Obliteration of Capitalism" by Ayn Rand "Conservatism: An Obituary" by Ayn Rand "The New Fascism: Rule by Consensus" by Ayn Rand "The Wreckage of the Consensus" by Ayn Rand "The Cashing-in: The Student Rebellion" by Ayn Rand "Alienation" by Nathaniel Branden "Requiem for Man" by Ayn Rand "Man's Rights" by Ayn Rand "The Nature of Government" by Ayn Rand