The Spring 2017 Issue of TOS

The online and ebook editions of the Spring issue of TOS have been published; the audio edition will be posted early next week; and the print edition will be mailed shortly.

The contents of the Spring issue are:

America at Her Best Is Hamiltonian
Richard M. Salsman

Ayn Rand Contra Nietzsche
John Ridpath

The Greeks and America’s Founding Fathers, Part 3: The Two Freedoms
Timothy Sandefur

Capitalism Because Science
Craig Biddle

CEO Jim Brown’s Vision for the Ayn Rand Institute
Interviewed by Craig Biddle

Seeing Central Park: The Official Guide to the World’s Greatest Urban Park, by Sara Cedar Miller
Reviewed by Joseph Kellard

Extortion: How Politicians Extract Your Money, Buy Votes, and Line Their Own Pockets, by Peter Schweizer
Reviewed by Michael Dahlen

Regressive Leftists Promote Milo Yiannopoulos by Attacking Free Speech
Roderick Fitts

Why Treat Yourself to Something Special on Randsday?
Craig Biddle

Netanyahu Reads Nothing Less than Victory
Craig Biddle

Jim Brown is the New CEO of the Ayn Rand Institute
Craig Biddle

National Review’s MO Regarding Ayn Rand
Craig Biddle

From the Editor, Spring 2017

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