Monthly Archives: June 2014

Atlas Shrugged: A Book Review (Part 2)

This morning I awoke with the crescendo of Ayn Rand’s symphonic masterpiece Atlas Shrugged still ringing in my mind.  I finished re-reading it late last night.  A truly great novel not only has a good sense of beat and dialogue … Continue reading

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The Rains Down in Africa

The rains came early this morning. They are different in the African Sahel – the arid shoreline that buttresses the jungles of the Dark Continent from the endless sandy ocean of the Sahara. They advance like an assault, first a solid … Continue reading

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Atlas Shrugged: A Book Review? (Part 1)

Last year I attended an event in Rosario, Argentina to celebrate the 25th year anniversary of the International Liberty Foundation – a classical liberal think tank. The highlight of the event was the presence of Mario Vargas Llosa, Peruvian Nobel Prize … Continue reading

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