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Examines key ideas that have driven Marxists and socialists—from Asian and European dictators to American college professors—to enact or advocate an ideology that is historically and philosophically pure evil.
Lays out evidence in support of the fact that, in a free society, people would voluntarily pay to support a properly limited, rights-protecting government; and discusses the essential means by which they would do so.
Provides a myth-busting introduction to the Objectivist ethics. (Does not contain spoilers about the novel.)
Simpson surveys the continuing threats to corporate freedom of speech, discusses the essential elements in the battle to defend it, and sheds much light on the fundamentals of an otherwise nightmarishly complex political mess.
Mr. Larsen discusses his work, how he became a painter, who and what inspires him, and why his subjects always look so purposeful. Includes ten high-resolution images of his paintings.
C. A. Wolski reviews The Avengers, directed by Joss Whedon.
Andrew Bernstein reviews Act of Valor, directed by Mike McCoy and Scott Waugh.
Daniel Wahl reviews Farnsworth's Classical English Rhetoric, by Ward Farnsworth.
Hannah Krening reviews The Godless Constitution: A Moral Defense of the Secular State, by Isaac Kramnick and R. Laurence Moore.
Craig Biddle introduces the Summer 2012 issue.