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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.
ARI: We The Living Essay Contest
Published on : Thursday, May 5, 2011
Ayn Rand Institute announces We The Living Essay contest for 10th, 11th and 12th Graders. The first prize is $ 3000.
ARI: The Fountainhead Essay Contest 2011, for high school students
Published on : Tuesday, April 26, 2011
The Ayn Rand Institute is hosting the 26th Annual Essay Contest on Ayn Rand's Novel "The Fountainhead". This contest is open to students of high school, equivalent to classes 11 and 12. The competition closes on 26 April 2011.
Atlas Shrugged in Marathi
Published on : Thursday, January 20, 2011
"When the idea of translating Atlas Shrugged occurred to me, I was overtaken by awe. The prospect of finding the words that matched Ayn Rand’s powers of expression, conveying the philosophy clearly, and bringing alive the drama in her novel in Marathi was quite challenging. Most importantly, I wanted to be true to the meaning and sense of the text." Mugdha Karnik recounts her thoughts and experiences while undertaking this task of translating Ayn Rand's masterpiece.
Two Champions Of Liberty
Published on : Monday, January 3, 2011
Frederic Bastiat, the most brilliant Economic journalist of all times passed away last week 160 years back. He has a great influence on libertarians all over the world, even after more than one and a half century after his death. Some of his ideas bear striking resemblance to that of Ayn Rand. They spoke obvious truths which were habitually ignored. Few were as good at reductio ad absurdum as Rand and Bastiat, writes Shanu A in Liberty Institute website.
Good-bye Kira! Critiques review We the Living
Published on : Saturday, August 14, 2010
We The Living, the movie was widely reviewed and many of the reviews were positive."One of the most exciting movies to come along in years.", wrote Jay Carr in Boston Globe."It has a passion that is undeniably moving." , said the London Morning Star.
The banned, lost, rediscovered: Ayn Rand's "We the Living" lives on!
Published on : Friday, August 13, 2010
When Goffredo Alessandrini and his young associate director, Anton Majano decided too make a drama of epic proportions out of We The Living, they had a problem. They couldn't buy the rights as a war was going on, and they stole it. The movie making was tough and it was cut into two. The Government ordered to destroy the negatives, but they saved it by sending wrong negatives. Ayn Rand's legal representatives Holzer's rediscovered the movie which was in the possession of two Roman's. The movie was excellently made and was a box office success.
Ayn Rand And I
Published on : Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Anne C Heller connects the individualist philosophy of Ayn Rand to her childhood as an awkward, willful child of Russian-Jewish origins. To Ayn Rand, the prosperity that came with capitalism was only a side effect. She became a writer for a purely selfish motive to create her own world, writes Gurcharan Das.
Apple, AT&T and Antitrust
Published on : Thursday, July 15, 2010
A federal judge in california ruled that an antirtrust class action suit is fre to proceed against Apple and AT&T for making an agreement to sell only locked phones. There is nothing that should be illegal in the deal. It doesn't hurt competition or drive up prices. On the contrary, this is competition, writes Thomas Bowden in TheStreet.
Capitalism In India
Published on : Friday, July 2, 2010
A lot of the objectives of the liberal movement in India were met by the Economic reforms in the early nineties. But, these organizations and movements have found new causes to fight for, writes Aditya Kundalkar in Time Out Mumbai.

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