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CAPITALISM:
A Treatise on Economics

by
George Reisman


The Clearest and Most Comprehensive Contemporary Defense of the Capitalist Economic System Available

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WRITINGS BY AYN RAND,
THE FOREMOST DEFENDER OF REASON IN MODERN TIMES

atlas.gif (6215 bytes)Atlas Shrugged Presents the underlying philosophy of capitalism in the form of the world's most exciting plot novel. Its subject matter is everything that is important in life: reason and knowledge, good and evil, art and science, productive work and money, pleasure and happiness, love and sex. Available in hardcover and paperback.

 

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arfni.jpg (5363 bytes)For the New Intellectual. A collection of the philosophical speeches from Miss Rand's novels. The book also contains an invaluable intellectual history of the modern world that explains much of contemporary intellectuals' hostility to capitalism. 192 pp.(P) 

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virtue.gif (11899 bytes)The Virtue of Selfishness. A brilliant collection of essays, mostly by Miss Rand, upholding the ethics of rational self-interest and its application to politics. The opening essay sets forth her own, original theory of ethics. Contains the best exposition of the nature of individual rights and government to be found anywhere. 151 pp. (P)

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arcapui.jpg (6547 bytes)Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal. Another brilliant collection of essays, mainly by Miss Rand, this time ranging from the basic moral nature of capitalism and the refutation of major fallacies concerning it to such specific issues as patents and copyrights and the property status of airwaves. Also contains dazzling philosophical analyses of major contemporary political and cultural phenomena, such as the student rebellion, the art of smearing, and conservatism. 349 pp. (P) 

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arnewlef.jpg (5538 bytes)The New Left: The Anti-Industrial Revolution. A collection of essays, all by Miss Rand, that constitute a thorough expose and demolition of the philosophical foundations of the “new left” and environmentalism. Includes devastating analyses of contemporary education. 239 pp. (P) 

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arphilwh.jpg (5497 bytes)Philosophy: Who Needs It. A posthumously assembled collection of essays, all by Miss Rand, that demonstrates the power of philosophy in moving the world. Among the most outstanding of the essays are “The Metaphysical Versus the Man-Made,” “Faith and Force: The Destroyers of the Modern World,” and “Fairness Doctrine for Education.” 274 pp. (P) 

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arvoice.jpg (5554 bytes)The Voice of Reason. A second posthumously assembled collection of essays that contains such outstanding pieces as “The Intellectual Bankruptcy of Our Age,” “Our Cultural Value-Deprivation,” “Representation Without Authorization,” and “The Question of Scholarships.” 353 pp.(P) 

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The Romantic Manifesto. A collection of Ayn Rand's essayarrom.jpg (6923 bytes)s that presents her philosophy of art and literature. Titles include, among others, such great pieces as “Art and Sense of Life,” “What Is Romanticism,” “Art and Moral Treason,” and “The Goal of My Writing.” 199 pp.(P) 

 

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arepist.jpg (6471 bytes)Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology. Expanded Second Edition. Presents some of Ayn Rand's most original and important contributions to philosophy, among them her solution to the centuries-old “problem of universals.” The main subjects covered are cognition and measurement, concept-formation, abstraction from abstractions, concepts of consciousness, definitions, axiomatic concepts, the cognitive role of concepts, and consciousness and identity. A lengthy appendix consisting of excerpts from Miss Rand's epistemology workshops is also included. 314 pp. (P) 

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anthem.jpg (6733 bytes)Anthem. Set in a thoroughly collectivist world of the future, this short novel is about one man's rediscovery of what it means to say “I.” 105 pp. 

 

 

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Fountainhead. A novel about the struggle  and ultimate triumph of Howard Roark, the architect, a man of unbreached loyalty to his own, independent judgment—and the ultimate failure of those who lack these virtues or default on them. 727 pp. (H) 

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arwe.jpg (5966 bytes)We The Living. Set in Soviet Russia in the 1920s, this is a novel about the heroic struggle of people to live and love under conditions that make the achievement of human values impossible.446 pp. (H)

 

 

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arlex.gif (8339 bytes)The Ayn Rand Lexicon, Objectivism From A to Z. This is an excellent guide to where to find discussions of specific topics in Ayn Rand's works. 535 pp. 

 

 

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Man's Rights and The Nature of Government. These two brilliant essays have been combined into one pamphlet, which is intended for the widest possible distribution, in an effort to educate the intelligent public about the nature of rights and government. It is priced as follows: A single copy is $3.75.; 10-24 copies, $2 each; 25-49 copies, $1.50 each; 50 copies or more $1 each. (Orders can be combined with orders for Dr. Reisman's pamphlets under the terms spelled out in connection with the special offer for his pamphlets.)

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