An epic masterpiece.
Set in a near-future U.S.A., Ayn Rand’s thrilling masterpiece features the mysterious disappearance of the top innovators and industrialists—and demonstrates a new moral philosophy: the morality of rational self-interest.
Why Businessmen Need Philosophy
The capitalist’s guide to the ideas behind Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged
Essays on Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged
This is the first scholarly study of Atlas Shrugged, covering the historical, literary, and philosophical aspects of Ayn Rand’s magnum opus. Topics include: the novel’s creation, publication, and reception; its nature as a romantic novel; and its presentation of a radical new philosophy.
The history of Atlas Shrugged
An essay on the genesis of the book.
“Is Rand Relevant?” By Yaron Brook (Wall Street Journal. March 14, 2009)
Ayn Rand died more than a quarter of a century ago, yet her name appears regularly in discussions of our current economic turmoil. Pundits including Rush Limbaugh and Rick Santelli urge listeners to read her books, and her magnum opus, “Atlas Shrugged,” is selling at a faster rate today than at any time during its 51-year history.
Atlas Shrugged author sees resurgence (CNN.com. April 27, 2009)
(CNN)—”Where is John Galt?” reads a sign in the back of a vehicle heading down Interstate 85 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Onkar Ghate on The Fox Forum: Why Ayn Rand Still Resonates
(November 26, 2009)
From the pages of The New York Times to the signs of tea party protesters to Jon Stewart’s “Daily Show,” Ayn Rand is everywhere.
In this lecture, delivered at Ford Hall Forum in Boston, Miss Rand discusses the relationship of the events presented in Atlas Shrugged to the actual events occurring in the world—and addresses the question: is Atlas Shrugged a prophetic novel, or a historical one?
Dr. Yaron Brook, president of the Ayn Rand Institute, presents an overview of Ayn Rand, Objectivism, and the Ayn Rand Institute.
See why Atlas Shrugged continues to have a major impact on American society fifty years after its publication.
Onkar Ghate examines the moral revolution launched by Ayn Rand, without which the political revolution of the Founding Fathers had to remain incomplete.
Tom Bowden, a legal analyst at the Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights, discusses the impact on the G. Gordon Liddy Show.
The Ayn Rand Center examines the rising popularity of Atlas Shrugged
and the Tea Party movement.