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Ayn Rand


Some consider Ayn Rand’s tumultuous personal life to cast doubt on the workability of her "Objectivist" philosophy.
  American writer and philosopher who emphasized individual rights and capitalism (1905-1982); widely known for two of her novels:  Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead
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Ayn rhymes with "mine". Rand was born in Russia, but emigrated to the United States as a young adult.
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Associated words [difficulty]:   Ayn Rand , Adam Smith [7] , John Stuart Mill [9]
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