Yes, but I thought the reader made the book dry and hard to follow.
The crushing challenge of being black in the 2nd half of the 19th century.
More a documentary.
Promoting unbridled capitalism!
Made it shorter. Some of the book was unnessesarily wordy with no benefit to the story. Also, Ayn Rand creates implausable choices for her characters in order to advance her agenda. Also, almost all the characters (except Eddie Willers and Sheryl Taggard) are overly one-dementional; either superhero or moral degenerate. I know it is a fictional story to push a philosophical perspective, but the lack of realistic characters with nuance made her philosophical bent less appealing to me.
No, but I loved his work.
When Hank Reardon said of John Galt, "I have met him, and I understand..."
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