Abstract

Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged: A Philosophical and Uterary Companion, a new book edited by Edward W. Younkins, provides a reminder of how much Rand's great novel has to say on a broad range of subjects—and of what a joy the book has been for so many to read. This review summarizes and comments on the book's essays.

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