|"Peppery Ayn Rand Taken With a Grain of Salt" is the headline of a newspaper clipping I have from 1965 or so and that sums up this book. I am enjoying it immensely. For better or worse, on good days and bad, richly rewarding or poorly lacking, sick to death of socialism and offering a healthy alternative,I am married to this woman's ideas.|
The early Ayn Rand is best. Speaking on the subject of "The Political Vacuum of Our Age," in 1961, she recommended that everyone who can afford them go out and get large purple Cadillacs to show John Kenneth Galbraith what they think of his ideas.
Her stories of the Hollywood communists are passionate first person narratives.
If you do not own this book yet, the question you need to answer is: Why not?