PostHeaderIcon Facets of Ayn Rand

As if I didn’t have enough to read already, here is a free e-book entitled,”Facets of Ayn Rand” Memoirs by Mary Ann and Charles Sures:

The Ayn Rand Archives Oral History Program was established in 1996 by the Ayn Rand In­sti­tute (ARI) to gather and preserve knowledge of Ayn Rand’s business, creative, and personal life. To date, Scott McConnell, oral historian, has conducted 169 interviews (about 300 hours) with Miss Rand’s family, friends, and associates. The interviews reveal considerable new informa­tion about Ayn Rand’s life, from her ear­ly years in Russia, to Hollywood, to her many years in New York City. Selected interview transcripts are current­ly be­ing pre­pared for publica­tion.

Facets of Ayn Rand is based on 48 hours of interviews with Mary Ann and Charles Sures, pre­pared and conducted by Mr. McConnell from September 1998 to January 1999. It is the first publish­ing project of the Oral History Program.

I got the pointer to it from a lair of objectivists at The New Clarion blog, which looks promising as well. I intend to explore it further. ◄Dave►

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