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And for the first 20 chapters it was rather decent.
Consider: * Contributor Sechrest takes Ayn Rand to task for not embracing anarchism, contending that "Atlas Shrugged" provides a case for it.
Some of the essays were interesting, some were written in such a convoluted academic way I had NO idea what they were talking about.
Ayn Rand's ATLAS SHRUGGED is by far the best story in the best book I have ever read. An exceptionally interesting view of our world then and now.Published 17 months ago by Marjorie I Deck
This book was a good read. Interesting that back in 57 Ann had the forsight to see where we were headed. You might become a John Galt fan as I did. Read morePublished 17 months ago by trainrobber
Don't be fooled like I was. This is not "Atlas Shrugged" but rather it is a collection of essays ABOUT Atlas Shrugged. I had to go back and spend another $15 for the actual book.Published 20 months ago by Movin' On
This is a revealing view into how insidious government control of the powers of production can be. It gives one possible path to rebellion of this injustice. Read morePublished 21 months ago by S. Yurich
I was trying to order the actual book and this is useless without the book. I guess I blew another $14.Published 22 months ago by Claire
Some of the essays were interesting, some were written in such a convoluted academic way I had NO idea what they were talking about. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Nancy Roach
I thought I was buying the classic Atlas Shrugged. Instead I got a book of commentaries on Atlas Shrugged. The title and advertising about this book was TOTALLY misleading. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Terry L Hunt
VERY interesting twist at the end, worth reading. Especially if you are concerned with todays economy, and to think this was originally written in 1952. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kathleen A. Baxter