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Jonathan Livingston Seagull

A classic of personal growth. The inspiring story of a seagull, Jonathan, who forsakes the flock to explore high-speed aerobatics and push his personal limits... »More

The Capitalist Manifesto

The definitive case for capitalism, cataloging not only the historical and practical reasons for its success, but also the moral case for capitalism as a political system. See Joshua Zader's review at the Atlasphere... »More

The Art of Living Consciously

Perhaps Branden's greatest book. (See Joshua Zader's review at the Atlasphere.) Identifies and describes the psychological and philosophical requirements of living the conscious, purposeful life that Rand advocated in her novels... »More

The Passion of Ayn Rand

The original celebrated (and controversial) biography of Ayn Rand's life. The author knew Rand personally for 19 years. Learn how Rand came to America, got the ideas for her novels, and developed her philosophy of Objectivism... »More

Ayn Rand: My Fiction-Writing Teacher

Details the mentor-protege relationship that young novelist-to-be Erika Holzer (Double Crossing, Eye for an Eye) enjoyed with Rand in the 60s. Includes a short story by Holzer, and her writing exercises. See the sample chapter published at the Atlasphere... »More

Double Crossing

Rand protege Erika Holzer's first published novel. An espionage thriller, set in East Germany, that Henry Kissinger found "engrossing" and Barry Goldwater called "a book you can't put down"... »More

Rich Dad, Poor Dad

The acclaimed guide to personal finance and the creation of wealth. Learn what the rich teach their kids about money, that the poor and middle class do not... »More

Ayn Rand Answers: The Best of Her Q&A

Ayn Rand's answers (from post-lecture Q&A periods) on ethics, Hollywood communists, abortion, marriage, Ronald Reagan, the Middle East, prostitution, drug use, chess, comedy, suicide, masculinity, Mark Twain, and more... »More

The Ideas of Ayn Rand

An independent and thoughtful (sometimes controversial) examination of Ayn Rand's life, novels, and philosophy. See Neil DeRosa's review at the Atlasphere... »More

Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand

The first (and only) comprehensive presentation, in book form, of Ayn Rand's philosophy in its entirety. Belongs on the bookshelf of any serious student of Ayn Rand's teachings... »More

An Army of Davids

How markets and technology empower ordinary people to beat big media, big government, and other goliaths. A fascinating discussion of the role (and power) of the individual in modern times... »More

The Passion of Ayn Rand's Critics

A sharply critical response to Barbara Branden's biography The Passion of Ayn Rand and Nathaniel Branden's memoir My Years with Ayn Rand, arguing that they paint a biased picture of Ayn Rand... »More

The Aviator

Martin Scorsese's Oscar-winning portrayal of the early life of Rand-esque aviation pioneer Howard Hughes. A searing display of productive audacity in action. See Andrew Schwartz's review at the Atlasphere... »More

Dangerous Beauty

In 16th Century Rome, the beautiful Veronica Franco could have the man of her dreams only by becoming a courtesan. Championing the mind as well as the senses, she earns great admiration; but when the Inquisition comes to town, she is put on trial for witchcraft. Lush romantic realism, complete with courtroom speech at the end... »More


Joss Whedon's ill-fated masterpiece. (See Monica White's review at the Atlasphere.) Renegade space captain Malcolm Reynolds leads his rag-tag crew across the galaxy, just beyond the reach of collectivist powers-that-be... »More

Rob Roy

In the Scottish highlands of the 1600s, Rob Roy tries to lead his small town to a better future. When he is framed for theft, however, he's forced into hiding, where his courage and integrity face unimaginable tests... »More

Shawshank Redemption

A successful banker's life changes forever when he's jailed for murder. Can there be any cause for hope? One of the most popular movies of all time, and for good reason... »More

My Years with Ayn Rand

The controversial memoir where Branden reveals how he became involved with Ayn Rand, how he started the Nathaniel Branden Institute, the "other woman" who brought it all crashing down, and his life since the break... »More

The Phantom of the Opera

This screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's darkly spectacular romance bears many repeat view- ings. The performances are spine-tingling. For more background, see Alexander Butziger's review at the Atlasphere... »More

Touched By Its Rays

John Enright says: "Reports of poetry's death have been greatly exaggerated. Proof of life arrives afresh in Walter Donway's exquisite new book..." »More

We The Living (Movie)

The lush Italian screen adaptation of Ayn Rand's first novel! See the Atlasphere's full review of the movie as well as our two-part interview with producer Duncan Scott... »More


Michael Mann's crime thriller pits an ordinary man against an ubermensch, a true force of nature. The result is one of the most stylized, intriguing crime movies in years. See Joshua Zader's review for the Atlasphere... »More


This little-known movie is one ambitious and cerebral flick! The plot is strong, and admirers of Ayn Rand's novels will especially appreciate the heroism and courage displayed by several key characters. See Don Hauptman's review at the Atlasphere for more details. »More

Capitalism Unbound

Subtitled "The Incontestable Moral Case for Individual Rights," this book is ideal for the layman who admires capitalism but lacks a succinct, accessible explanation of its moral and economic virtues. »More

I Am John Galt

Introduces you to the real-life titans who've lived their lives like Rand's fictional heroes and the malefactors who've lived like her fictional villains. Filled with exclusive interviews, profiles, and analyses of leading financial, business, and artistic stars who have lived by a Randian code to achieve greatness for themselves and others... »More

Democracy Society

A dystopian political thriller that keeps you guessing and lays bare the problems with the misguided ideal of unlimited democracy. See John Enright's review for the Atlasphere... »More