This Work is Ayn Rand's original collection of eighteen essays, Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal (1966). An expanded collection of twenty-six essays was published in November 1967, adding two more essays by Ayn Rand (a total of twenty), 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.
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This Work collects 18 of Ayn Rand's essays:
"What Is Capitalism?" "The Roots of War" "America's Persecuted Minority: Big Business" "Notes on the History of American Free Enterprise" "The Property Status of Airwaves" "Patents and Copyrights" "Theory and Practice" "Let Us Alone!" "The Anatomy of Compromise" "Is Atlas Shrugging?" "The Pull Peddlers" "'Extremism,' or The Art of Smearing" "The Obliteration of Capitalism" "Conservatism: An Obituary" "The New Fascism: Rule by Consensus" "The Cashing-in: The Student Rebellion" "Man's Rights" "The Nature of Government"
This Work does NOT include essays by Nathaniel Branden, Alan Greenspan, or Robert Hessen