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- Full Title: Resonant Lives: Fifty Figures of Consequence (original edition); Resonant Lives: Sixty Figures of Consequence (revised edition)
- Author(s): Paul Greenberg, Foreword by Irving Kristol
- Year Published: 1991 (original edition), 1993 (revised edition)
- Publisher: University Press of American (hardcover original edition); The Ethics and Public Policy Center (paperback editions)
- Publication Type: Academic
- ISBN-10: 0-89633-153-9 (hardcover original edition), 0-89633-154-7 (paperback original edition), 0-89633-182-2 (paperback revised edition)
- Description: This book is a collection of articles that Greenberg, a syndicated conservative newspaper columnist, had written about various famous people.
Chapters significantly related to Ayn Rand are indicated in bold.
- Fred Astaire: 'Dances a Little'
- Samuel Beckett: Enter Godot, Exit Beckett
- Menachem Begin: The Violent Bear It Away
- Jorge Luis Borges: Historian of the Soul
- Wiley Branton: 'Peace to All'
- Leo Brener: Rabbi Means Teacher
- Warren Brookes: A Great Explainer
- Whittaker Chambers: Witness
- John Cheever: Lost in a Wood
- Bill Clinton: The Hollow Man
- Hillary Clinton: The Making of a Stepford Wife
- Leo Durocher: The Uses of Incivility
- Sam Ervin: Vision and Blind Spot
- Orval Faubus: A Tap in Time
- Elizabeth Freeman: Epitaph for a Lady
- J. William Fulbright: History Recast
- Cary Grant: Perfecting Himself
- Sarah Greenberg: 'My Fellow Citizens...'
- Andrei Gromyko: The Soviet Vicar
- Rudoff Hess: Revenge Is Sour
- Dolores Ibarruri: No Surpivors
- Jesse Jackson: Nullifying the Black Vote
- Scoop Jackson: Goodbye to the Best
- Lazar Kaganovich: Stalin's Axman
- George Kennan: The Mirror of History
- Richard Lamm: Statistical Scarespeak
- Robert E. Lee: The Marble Man
- Abraham Lincoln: Unsettling Word
- Raymond Loewy: The Shell Is Essential
- Joe Louis: The Champion
- Mary McCarthy: Author as Artifact
- H. L. Mencken: A Curmudgeon's Diary
- James Meredith: Forgetting to Remember
- Martha Mitchell: The Risks of Truth-Telling
- Daniel Patrick Moynihan: Social Insecurity
- Lewis Mumford: Old Ideas Made New
- Howard Nemerov: Poet Laureate
- Richard M. Nixon: Richard the Third
- Flannery O'Connor: News Imitates Art
- John O'Hara: Exact Renderings
- George Orwell: The Feel of Life
- Walker Percy: With Deepest Sympathy
- Ayn Rand: Greed Glorified
- Ronald Reagan: The Music Man and His Critics
- Harry Reasoner: An Arkansas Resonance
- Brooks Robinson: Reverie on Third
- Tommy Robinson: The Ur-Redneck
- Bayard Rustin: A Costly Consistency
- Raoui Salan: For His Crimes and His Serpices
- Sydney Schanberg: A Verb Is Born
- Isaac Bashevis Singer: The Lady Who Knew Singer
- Albert Speer: ...But He Was a Great Manager
- I. F. Stone: From Gadfly to Institution
- Jimmy Swaggart: The Show Goes On
- Paul Tsongas: Exit With Honor
- Raoul Wallenberg: Waiting for Wallenberg
- Robert Penn Warren: Death of a Native Son
- George Washington: The Sound of Distant Music
- Rebecca West: A Dfferent Order of Clarity
- C. Vann Woodward: The Quiet Southerner
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