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Thoughts on "The Passion of Ayn Rand's Critics"

I have joined a discussion at SOLO HQ on a new book by James S. Valliant, entitled The Passion of Ayn Rand's Critics. Rather than reproduce my comments on "Not a Blog," readers can go to this article, trace the follow-up discussion here (it's long!), and read my own reflections here, here, here, and here. Also check out follow-up discussion here as well.

Readers may post comments on the SOLO HQ thread.

Update (1): This discussion has been noted by Scott McLemee in Inside Higher Ed: "Intellectual Affairs: This, That and the Other Thing."

Update (2): A SOLO HQ discussion of the book continues here.