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Mendenhall Series on JARS Branden Symposium Concludes

Allen Mendenhall concludes his series reviewing the JARS 2016 symposium, "Nathaniel Branden: His Work and Legacy" on the site of the Atlas Society.

For those who have not read the entire series, here are links to the installlments:

"The Legacy of Nathaniel Branden" (6 April 2017)

"'Nathaniel Branden's Oedipus Complex' by Susan Love Brown" (14 April 2017)

"Nathaniel Branden, In His Own Words" (1 May 2017)

"Southern Exposure: 'Branden Saved Years of My Life'" (17 May 2017)

I wanted to extend my thanks to Allen for his challenging series of review essays and for his kind comments with regard to the coeditors on the Branden symposium (Robert Campbell and me).