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Chapter 1 Preface Part 2 Part 1. Beginnings: A Russian Emigre's First Interviews (1932-1949) Chapter 3 Chapter 1. "Russian Girl Jeers at U.S. for Depression Complaint,"Oakland Tribune, 1932 Chapter 4 Chapter 2. "True Picture of Russian Girls' Love Life Tragic,"Boston Post, 1936 Chapter 5 Chapter 3. "The Woman of Tomorrow,"WJZ Radio, 1949 Part 6 Part 2. On Campus: Ayn Rand Talks With Future Intellectuals (1962-1966) Chapter 7 Chapter 4. Objectivism versus Conservatism Chapter 8 Chapter 5. The Campaign against "Extremism" Chapter 9 Chapter 6. The "Robber-Barons" Chapter 10 Chapter 7. Myths of Capitalism Chapter 11 Chapter 8. The Political Structure of a Free Society Chapter 12 Chapter 9. The American Constitution Chapter 13 Chapter 10. Objective Law Chapter 14 Chapter 11. The Role of a Free Press Chapter 15 Chapter 12. Education Chapter 16 Chapter 13. Romantic Literature Chapter 17 Chapter 14. Romanticism versus Naturalism Chapter 18 Chapter 15. The Visual Arts Chapter 19 Chapter 16.Cyrano de Bergerac Chapter 20 Chapter 17. Favorites in Art Chapter 21 Chapter 18. The Nature of Humor Chapter 22 Chapter 19. The Foundations of Morality Chapter 23 Chapter 20. Altruism Chapter 24 Chapter 21. Individual Rights Chapter 25 Chapter 22. The Ethics of Objectivism Part 26 Part 3. On Television and Radio: Ayn Rand in America's Living Rooms (1959-1981) Chapter 27 Chapter 23. "The Mike Wallace Interview," ABC-TV, 1959 Chapter 28 Chapter 24.For the Intellectual, University of Michigan Television, with Professor James McConnell, 1961 Chapter 29 Chapter 25.The Tonight Show, with Johnny Carson, NBC-TV, August 1967 Chapter 30 Chapter26.The Tonight Show, with Johnny Carson, NBC-TV, October 1967 Chapter 31 Chapter 27.Speaking Freely, with Edwin Newman, NBC-TV, 1972 Chapter 32 Chapter 28.Day and Night, a television program hosted by James Day, 1974 Chapter 33 Chapter 29.Focus on Youth, a radio show hosted by Garth R. Ancier, 1976 Chapter 34 Chapter 30.The Raymond Newman Journal, a radio show, 1980 Chapter 35 Chapter 31.Louis Rukeyser's Business Journal, 1981 Chapter 36 Epilogue: Leonard Peikoff and Recollections of Ayn Rand

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Marlene Podritske is a freelance editor, writer, and designer. Peter Schwartz is author of The Foreign Policy of Self-Interest: A Moral Ideal for America and editor of Ayn Rand's Return of the Primitive: The Anti-Industrial Revolution.


Whatever you asked her-within the fields she knew-she had not only an answer, but an encyclopedia of knowledge in her mind backing her answer up with identifications, integrations, connections, illustrations. Suppose you asked her what she thought of a movie she'd just seen. By the time she finished her answer, it was as if you had taken an entire course in esthetics, movie-making, dialogue construction, philosophy and art. -- Leonard Peikoff, from the Epilogue
Readers will find this a particularly topical review of Rand's highly individualistic philosophy. * Booklist, February 2009 *
A friendly forum, edited by a pair of Rand partisans. ...A resource for Rand completists...a careful reader could glean the essence of Objectivism from what appears here. * Foreword Reviews, February 2009 *
But she would project the power of being able to cope with anything, of being able to answer anything and solve anything. In her presence, you had to feel-at least, I felt-there is hope, there is a future, justice will triumph. That sense just radiated out of her, and made it easier to leave on a better note, and to live more fully and happily. -- Leonard Peikoff, from the epilogue,

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