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The New Left

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  • Full Title: The New Left: The Anti-Industrial Revolution
  • Author(s): Ayn Rand
  • Year Published: 1971 (original edition), 1975 (revised edition)
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  • Publication Type: Commercial
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  • Description: This is a collection of essays. Most of the essays originally appeared in The Objectivist. The first essay ("The Cashing-In: The Student 'Rebellion'") was also published in Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal. The revised edition added the essay "The Age of Envy." Another revision was published posthumously under the title Return of the Primitive (see separate entry).
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    This book is Ayn Rand's call to American youth to reject the tribal, conventional irrationality of the New Left and to grasp the need of a philosophical revolution founded on the supremacy of reason, with individualism, self-interest, science, technology, and progress as its consequences. There is nothing new about the New Left; it is the last gasp of an outworn philosophy. This is the view presented by Ayn Rand in a critical analysis of such superior perceptiveness and originality that it ranks as a landmark in the history of contemporary ideas. (From a Signet paperback printing.)

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