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William Buckley on Ayn Rand & Atlas Shrugged
Sat Apr 16, 2011 17:39

William Buckley made a profound and insightful observation during an interview with Charlie Rose:

That while her novels and non-fiction expositions of her philosophy were good food for thought, they left a bad taste on the intellectual palate of most thinking people, because of the total absence of any sort of goodness in her novels, fictional characters, or her philosophy.

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