This narration is excellent. After this abridged version, you may want the full text.
Unfortunately, most of the anonymous "helpful" or "not helpful" clicks are obviously from folks who haven't read or listened to this book. This is reflected in the 4.5 star rankings and thoughtful reviews, compared to the lopsided "was this helpful" number. Why do you think "these" people want to shut Sarah down? GO ROGUE, and see !!
Be careful when you see the word Fraud. I am a physician, and suggest the interested reader listen to both sides of this question. This PhD author seems somewhat jealous of his peer group, and even perpetuates the myth (from the "vegetarians") that Dr. Atkins died from low-carb diet consequences. (Dr. Atkins was 6 ft., 195 lbs when he suffered from a head injury. He died bloated, with organ failure, in a coma.) This author also clings to the "cholesterol is the problem", soon to be arcane. There is valuable information here, but only if tempered with some outside information. (Fat comes from carbs, not from fat.)
Every decade, we learn the new truth. I suspect we are not finished yet. iDoc
I first read Atlas Shrugged more than 30 years ago, before college and post-grad school. I was fascinated by Ayn Rand's ability to depict the social and political temperament of the capitalistic world, and further impressed knowing Ayn arrived in America from Russia, not speaking English. I have re-read Atlas Shrugged many times over the years, and have recently listened to the Audible book presentation. I am never disappointed. Many of Ayn Rand's scenarios were prophetic; more so as the years go by. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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