The Ayn Rand Column
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- Full Title: The Ayn Rand Column: Written for the Los Angeles Times
- Author(s): Edited with an Introduction by Peter Schwartz
- Year Published: 1991 (original edition); 1998 (revised edition)
- Publisher: Second Renaissance Books
- Publication Type: Specialty
- ISBN-10: 1-56114-099-6 (paperback original edition), 1-56114-292-1 (paperback revised edition)
- Description: In 1962, Rand wrote a weekly newspaper column for the Los Angeles Times. This compilation includes all of those columns, along with several other essays which are not included in other anthologies of Rand's work. The revised edition added three essays: "Textbook of Americanism," "The Fascist New Frontier," and "Modern Management," the last being Rand's contribution to a symposium on business ethics.
Where an item is by an author other than Rand, the author's name is noted in parentheses.
- Publishers Note to the Second Edition (Peter Schwartz)
- Introduction (Peter Schwartz)
The Ayn Rand Column
- Introducing Objectivism
- War and Peace
- Progress or Sacrifice
- The New Enemies of "The Untouchables"
- An Intellectual Coup d'Etat
- The Cold Civil War
- Government by Intimidation
- Let Us Alone!
- Just Suppose
- Through Your Most Grievous Fault
- An Open Letter to My Readers
- Mickey Spillane
- The Dying Victim of Berlin
- Blind Chaos
- The Man-Haters
- The Season of Platitudes
- Our Alleged Competitor
- Britain's "National Socialism"
- Nationalism vs. Internationalism
- The Cuban Crisis
- Post-Mortem, 1962
- How To Demoralize a Nation
- Freedom of Speech
- The Munich of World War III?
- Textbook of Americanism [revised edition]
- The Fascist New Frontier [revised edition]
- Modern Management [revised edition]
- The Only Path to Tomorrow
- The First Amendment and "Symbolic Speech"
- The Secular Meaning of Christmas
- Favorite Writers
- Questions and Answers on Anthem
- Why I Like Stamp Collecting
- Complete essays and excerpts from this book:
- Biography of Peter Schwartz
- Online text of Victor Hugo's novel Ninety-Three (not the edition with Rand's introduction)
The following perspectives on this book are available online:
Additional keywords: Ann Rand, Anne Rand, Ayn Rad, Ayn Ran, Any Rand
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