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Highlights the essential principles of Rand’s philosophy; compares them to the essentials of the predominant philosophies of the day, religion and subjectivism; relates each to the American ideal of individual rights and liberty; and shows why, if America is to make a comeback, Americans must embrace Rand’s ideas.
Surveys the history and tenets of religion and shows that religion, in every essential respect, is utterly at odds with the requirements of a rational, practical, life-serving morality
Takes to task claims that religion was somehow responsible for the profound scientific advancements that animated the 16th and 17th centuries, and shows that the cause of these advancements was not religion or faith but the partial freeing of the mind from religious restrictions and the consequent use of observation and logic.
Mr. Levey discusses the U.S. presidential race and potential appointments to the Supreme Court.
Mr. Zubrin discusses the history and scourge of antihumanism.
Ari Armstrong reviews Free Market Revolution: How Ayn Rand’s Ideas Can End Big Government, by Yaron Brook and Don Watkins.
Ari Armstrong reviews The Financial Crisis and the Free Market Cure: Why Pure Capitalism is the World Economy’s Only Hope, by John Allison.
Ted Gray reviews Merchants of Despair: Radical Environmentalists, Criminal Pseudo-Scientists, and the Fatal Cult of Antihumanism, by Robert Zubrin.
Michael A. LaFerrara reviews Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America, by Mark R. Levin.
Andrew Brannan reviews The Locavore’s Dilemma: In Praise of the 10,000-mile Diet, by Pierre Desrochers and Hiroko Shimizu.
Roberto Brian Sarrionandia reviews Ayn Rand Nation: The Hidden Struggle for America’s Soul, by Gary Weiss.
Robert Begley reviews Alexander Hamilton, by Ron Chernow.
Daniel Wahl reviews The Secret Lives of Codebreakers: The Men and Women Who Cracked the Enigma Code at Bletchley Park, by Sinclair McKay.
Daniel Wahl reviews Double Cross: The True Story of The D-Day Spies, by Ben Macintyre.
Daniel Wahl reviews Lunch Break, by Quent Cordair.
Craig Biddle introduces the Fall 2012 issue.
Richard Salsman answers a letter about Objective Economics.