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ARI: Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest
Published on : Saturday, September 17, 2011
The Ayn Rand Institute announces essay contests On Atlas Shrugged for 12th Graders, College Undergraduates, and Graduate Students. The first prize is $ 10,000.
Release of "Atlas Shrugged" in Marathi
Published on : Tuesday, February 15, 2011
The release of "Atlas Shrugged", Ayn Rand's masterpiece translated in to Marathi by Mugdha Karnik will be on Saturday 26th Feb. 2011 in Shivaji Mandir, Dadar, Mumbai.
Atlas Shrugged:The Movie
Published on : Monday, February 7, 2011
Atlas Shrugged movie will be released on April 15th 2010. A powerful railroad executive, Dagny Taggart, struggles to keep her business alive while society is crumbling around her. The movie is based on the 1957 novel by Ayn Rand.John Aglialoro showcased a ten-minute clip from the Atlas Shrugged movie for an exclusive audience in New York City. Richard Gleaves has a description of the movie clip in The Atlasphere. The Atlasphere has an interview with Producer John Aglialoro.
Libertas Film Magazine Interviews Paul Johansson
Published on : Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Atlas Shrugged is not a movie about steel, railroads, oil magnates or copper mines. It is a story about an ideology. The movie on Atlas Shrugged is turning out very well for a movie of such a limited budget. It is about, people, their choices and their relationship with each other, says Paul Johansson, director of the movie on Atlas Shrugged.
Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged and the Obama Economy
Published on : Friday, January 8, 2010
The book is one of the most revered and hated texts of all time. Lovers of the book cite her belief in individualism and self-sufficiency. Detractors claim it was written out of hate and that its story line was unrealistic. Today though, many people see the book coming to life before us, writes Jim Beach in The Entrepreneur School Blog.
“Atlas Shrugged” In News
Published on : Thursday, January 7, 2010
The subject of Thursday’s (8 p.m., Eastern Time) “Stossel” on the Fox Business Network will be the novel “Atlas Shrugged”. There will be interviews with leading Objectivists including Dr. Yaron Brook.
ARI: Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest, Prizes worth $25,000
Published on : Thursday, September 17, 2009
For the past many years, the Ayn Rand Institute has been hosting the Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest for 12th standard and college students. This year's competition closes on Sept 17, 2009.
New York: Sept 14: A discussion on financial crisis, with John Allision and Yaron Brook
Published on : Monday, September 14, 2009
The Objectivist Club at the New York University, is hosting a discussion on "The Cause of Financial Crisis - Government Meddling". This is very critical issue. Ever since the financial crisis broke last year, questions being raised as to whether the crisis is a consequence of lax regulation of the financial sector in the US, or is it because of distortions in the financial sector created by the government regulations. If one is in New York, consider attending, Admission is free, but registration is required.
Atlas Shrugged on special display at largest US bookstoresss=
Published on : Monday, June 29, 2009
New free-standing floor displays of Ayn Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged, first published 52 years ago, will be placed in more than 850 bookstores across the United States. According to Dr. Yaron Brook, executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute, “This is the most prominent and widespread display for this novel in all of its publishing history. It is particularly remarkable because it comes more than a half century after its initial publication."
Boost In Sales Of ATLAS SHRUGGED . . . But Why ATLAS?
Published on : Sunday, May 17, 2009
“Reading nonfiction,” she told us, “is mainly an intellectual exercise whereas fiction involves the reader in a personal experience. It’s the difference between reading a technical manual on flying a jet airplane as opposed to experiencing the actual sensation of hurtling through space in one...If a novel is well done, the reader feels the dramatized events of the story on his own skin, so to speak. He is impelled to rage against some injustice. To root for characters he cannot help identifying with.” Erika Holzer explains why the sale of Atlas Shrugged may have jumped.

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