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Philadelphia Inquirer on Rand

Carlin Romano, who wrote about "the enduring appeal and controversy of Ayn Rand" in May 1999, has an essay in today's Philadelphia Inquirer: "Assessing Rand at Centenary." In it, he mentions my book, Ayn Rand: The Russian Radical, as a sign of increased attention to Rand in academia. I cite that passage here.