objectivismit posits a concrete external reality, idea-driven emotions, and self-interest as ethical ideal. Her works have had a notable influence on many of America's political and economic conservatives.
See the memoir by N. Branden (1989) biographies by B. Branden (1987), J. Burns (2009), and A. C. Heller (2009) study by J. T. Baker (1987) her letters, ed. by M. S. Berliner (1995), and her journals, ed. by D. Harriman (1997).
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