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Branden, Barbara, The Passion of Ayn Rand, Doubleday, 1986

Branden, Nathaniel, Judgment Day. My Years with Ayn Rand, Houghton Mifflin, 1989

Who Is Ayn Rand? An Analysis of the Novels of Ayn Rand, Random House, 1962.

Chamber,Whittaker, "Big Sister Is Watching You," in National Review, December 28, 1957, pp 594-96

Chamberlain, John, "Ayn Rand's Political Parable and Thundering Melodrama," in New York Herald Book Renew, October 6, 1957, pp 1, 9.

Chapin Blackman, Ruth, "Controversial Books by Ayn Rand and Caithn Thomas Atlas Shrugged," in The Christian Science Monitor, October 19, 1957, p. 13.

Donegan, Patricia, "A Point of View," in Commonweal, November 8, 1957, pp. 155-56

Gladstein, Minn R, "Ayn Rand and Feminism: An Unlikely Alliance," in College English Vol. 39, No. 6, February 1978, pp. 25-30

The Ayn Rand Companion, Greenwood Press, 1984.

Hicks, Granville, "A Parable of Buried Talents," in New York Times Book Review, October 13, 1957, pp 4-5.

Merrill, Ronald E., The Ideas of Ayn Rand, Open Court, 1991

Olster, Stacey, "Something Old, Something...

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