by Greg Mitchell
The screenwriter and novelist was inspired by the 1943 memoir of Republic Steel head Tom Girdler, in particular his refusal to apologize for collaborating with Chicago Police to crush a march of striking steelworkers and their families in 1937.
SOURCE: Time Magazine
by Olivia B. Waxman
Though Rand died in 1982 at 77, her ideas get new life whenever fears of expansion of government hit a new level.
New transcript of Ayn Rand at West Point in 1974 shows she claimed “savage" Indians had no right to live here just because they were born here
She also insisted that only the United States abolished slavery. Huh?
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