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Apr 15, 2011
If I have not been around here lately, it is because The Atlas Society has requested that I concentrate on a monograph concerning a brilliant entrepreneur who is now in prison. The charges against him are trivial even if true, which they likely are not, and his story is thus one of the most compelling I have ever encountered—because of his genius and because of his persecution. My hope is that the monograph will vindicate the man, even if it cannot redress his suffering.
Nevertheless, I had to come back to this blog today because last night I saw the film Atlas Shrugged, Part I, and it reminded me again of how important the Business Rights Center is.
When people talk about “Going Galt,” they generally mean something like: withdrawing creators from a world that victimizes them. But that was not, ultimately, the purpose of John Galt’s strike. His ultimate purpose was to compel the world to do justice to creators. And that is the purpose of the Business Rights Center.