• • • Our forefathers chose the Narrow Gate, will you?
Robert Azzi, Seacoast Online (Portsmouth, NH) Atheism |Atlas Shrugged |The Fountainhead |Egoism |Individualism |Paul Ryan | As much as I had loved Ms. Rand’s first novel, which had introduced me to Dominique, “Atlas Shrugged” was the beginning of the end of my flirtation with the objectivist life. The story was interminable, the prose turgid, the characters unbelievable and its philosophy, as espoused by John Galt, was abhorrent. I hung on for a while. If I gave up on Ayn Rand I’d have to give up Dominique, which I finally, reluctantly, did.