Objects & Places from The Virtue of Selfishness

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Atlas Shrugged - John Galt plays a major part within this literary work, and the theory of Objectivism is illustrated here.

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Soviet Russia) - This caused the author to reject all forms of collective government and she holds very negative views about it.

Nazi Germany - There are references to this throughout the book and the author uses it to represent the systems that uphold the society over the individual.

United States - The author sought refuge here and believed this place held the most ideal form of society.

Communism - This belief advocates the elimination of private property.

Socialism - This is the vessel in which the goods produced by the people are seized by the government.

Capitalism - This is a system in which private and corporate ownership of property thrive.

Altruism - The author views this as the enemy...

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