The Age of Rand
"Do I think that Objectivism will be the philosophy of the future? I would say yes, but..."-Ayn Rand to Playboy Magazine, 1964.
"My views will probably be the norm in the future, but not right now."-Ayn Rand to Johnny Carson, 1967.
Will they? "The Age of Rand" describes what Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism, will mean in practice-for good and ill. Rand expressed her controversial ideas in her best-selling novels, "Atlas Shrugged" and "The Fountainhead." Every year, more commentators debate those ideas, often heatedly.
Frederick Cookinham asks questions no author has asked before:
Would Objectivists destroy the environment in favor of rampant development?
Ayn Rand often said, "Check your premises, and watch your implications!" Explore, in "The Age of Rand," the astounding implications of this fast-growing and provocative new system of ideas. Some philosophy will dominate this new century-be prepared if it turns out to be Ayn Rand's.
"Frederick Cookinham has written something of great worth to thousands who have been affected by Rand's work."-Andrea Millen Rich, Laissez Faire Books.