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Ayn Rand Writing Styles in Capitalism, the Unknown Ideal

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Ayn Rand is a well-known writer and a proponent of the philosophy of objectivism. She is basically involved in philosophy but says politics is a part of philosophy and politics and economics are a part of philosophy. She is a well-known proponent of laissez-faire capitalism and individual freedoms and rights, since these is what her philosophy require for man to function. As a strong proponent of capitalism, she is obviously a foe of communism, which took over the country of her birth, Russia.

Rand's interest in capitalism is obvious and her purpose in this book is to look at the factors destroying capitalism and to identify them. She looks at each system and what is required by each. She blames the world's problems on the over-forty generation since they are the ones who are responsible for the situation man finds himself in. Therefore, her intended audience for this...

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