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Epidemics, Then & Now: A Family Perspective

As Americans are repeatedly warned about a spike in coronavirus cases just as state governments have begun to allow us leave our homes and

Jun 25, 2020
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Vickie Oddino
Wishing for a "Self Made" Haircut

A Netflix show based on the life of Madam C. J. Walker is much better than most of our hairstyles right now.It’s day who actually knows of coronavirus quarantine, and my housemates and I are making our plans for once this is all over.

Apr 15, 2020
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Leonard A. Robinson
4 Mins
Why Wall Street Bankers and Federal Lawyers Hate Michael Milken

What outrages me, and what I think should outrage others, is the process that brought about the pardon.

Feb 27, 2020
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William L. Anderson
9 Mins
Why Inequality Should Not Be an Object of Social Policy

Academics, the media, and Democratic politicians, like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, have suggested that reducing inequality should be a central objective of public policy.

Oct 8, 2018
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John O. McGinnis
6 Mins
Watergate Reruns: The Campaign to Overturn the Election

What I call the “Not Our President Elite” (NOPE) believes that a frighteningly ignorant, bigoted, and distinctly inferior America—not the...

Feb 16, 2017
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Walter Donway
7 Mins
Playboy cites The Atlas Society

Within days of having re-published Alvin Toffler's historic interview with Ayn Rand, Playboy upped the pleasure factor with this impish take

Jul 15, 2015
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2 Mins
Leftist Delusions, Honduras and Alleged Freedom Failures

LaSusa tells us that stating with a military coup in 2009 Honduras has had a succession of governments that have sought the “privatization

Feb 6, 2015
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Edward Hudgins
6 Mins
Getting Ayn Rand Right

"Ayn Rand defended individual freedom" is the newest in exasperated articles calling out mainstream journalists for their...

Aug 28, 2012
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3 Mins
Atlas Society in the news | Paul Ryan, Ayn Rand

On April 30, The Atlas Society published audio of Rep. Paul Ryan speaking at a TAS event in 2005. In the audio he indicates tha

Aug 13, 2012
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5 Mins
In Memoriam: Larry Ribstein (1946)

We at the Atlas Society and its Business Rights Center mourn the passing of Professor Larry Ribstein, who died of a stroke on December 24...

Jan 4, 2012
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3 Mins
In Memoriam: Larry Ribstein (1946

We at the Atlas Society and its Business Rights Center mourn the passing of Professor Larry Ribstein, who died of a stroke on December 24...

Jan 4, 2012
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3 Mins
Helping Hands

The murder took thirty-five minutes because the killer twice left the scene and returned to continue the assault. Afterward, thirty-seven...

Nov 10, 2011
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Fred Groh
7 Mins
Editor's Desk: A Stern View from the Bow

July/August 2007 -- Okay, I know, that’s a cheap pun. But this July–August 2007 issue marks the start of my third year at the helm of The

May 12, 2011
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Robert James Bidinotto
7 Mins
Myths About Ayn Rand: A Challenge to Journalists

As Atlas Shrugged Part 1 came to theaters on April 15, many wondered: will the movie be true to Ayn Rand’s ideas? Theater-goers were relieve

May 4, 2011
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3 Mins
Book Review: Exposing the Islamist Lobby

Paul Sperry’s shoe-leather investigative journalism is showcased to its fullest in Infiltration: How Muslim Spies and Subversives Have Penet

Mar 31, 2011
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Ilana Mercer
9 Mins
Book Review: Real Heroes for Children

Young children are captivated by stories of imaginary heroes and heroines whose struggles and successes are set in mythical lands or

Mar 29, 2011
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Marsha Enright
5 Mins
Bathrobe Individualism: Lessons in Blogging from the VodkaPundit

Of course, I also blog in my pajamas. Or in jeans and a sweater. Sometimes after a business lunch, I blog in a suit. I’ve blogged in London

Mar 29, 2011
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Stephen Green
4 Mins
Book Review: In Praise of Productive Men

March 2006 --Charles R. Morris, The Tycoons: How Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, Jay Gould, and J.P. Morgan Invented the American

Mar 29, 2011
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5 Mins
Tom Wolfe: American Iconoclast

Tom Wolfe is one of the most original, honest, and unfettered contemporary observers of American culture alive today. Originator of “the New

Mar 28, 2011
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Marsha Enright
10 Mins
Atlas Mugged: How a Gang of Scrappy, Individual Bloggers Broke the Stranglehold of the Mainstream Media

The twentieth century was the high point of mass culture—or “the overculture” as some call it. Any culture that could produce Citizen Kane..

Mar 25, 2011
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Edward B. Driscoll, Jr.
10 Mins
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