The monumental story of the man who swore he would stop the motor of the world, and did.
"My philosophy, in essence, is the concept of man as a heroic being, with his own happiness as the moral purpose of his life, with productive achievement as his noblest activity, and reason as his only absolute."
Interview with Executive Producer John Aglialoro
April 15, 2011 Editor's Note: John Aglialoro, a trustee of The Atlas Society, has worked for nearly two decades to produce a movie of Ayn Rand ’s... Read More
Interview with Screenplay Advisor David Kelley
April 15, 2011 Editor's Note: David Kelley is the executive director of The Atlas Society (TAS), and film producer John Aglialoro is a trustee of the Society.... Read More
Atlas Shrugged Plot Synopsis
April 11, 2011 Background Atlas Shrugged is structured in three major parts, each of which consists of ten chapters. The parts and chapters are named, and the titles... Read More
Thoughts on Rand
April 05, 2011 A few years ago, I was sitting at a sushi bar in downtown Washington, D.C., reading a battered paperback copy of Atlas Shrugged while I munched on a... Read More
How I Met Ayn Rand
April 05, 2011 I sat in a corner on the sofa, thoroughly engrossed, turning the pages of Atlas Shrugged . Reading one of the most popular works of fiction ever published... Read More
A Philosophy for the 21st Century
April 05, 2011 When Atlas Shrugged was published in October of 1957, it spoke to a world that was very different from ours, on the surface at least. Read More
Atlas Forced into Early Retirement
April 05, 2011 April 5, 2006 -- Governments often get their wealth-destroying, morally depraved ideas from our often misnamed institutes of "higher learning." The... Read More
Atlas Shrugs in Venezuela
April 05, 2011 March 2007 -- The late novelist and philosopher Ayn Rand once said that she wrote her last novel, Atlas Shrugged , “to keep it from becoming... Read More
Atlas Shrugged as Literature
April 05, 2011 One day in the 1940’s, a young reporter asked Ayn Rand about the new novel he heard that she was planning. She replied: “It will combine... Read More
Atlas Shrugged Reader
Reenter the world Ayn Rand created and understand it on a deeper level.
The Moral Revolution in Atlas Shrugged
Explore the essentials of Rand's ethics and its crucial relevance to America's intellectual, moral, and political crisis.
Myths about Ayn Rand's Ideas
Explore Ayn Rand's revolutionary philosophy and identify the myths circulating about her ideas.
Radical for Capitalism: An Introduction to the Political thought of Ayn Rand
Provides a succinct summary of key aspects of Rand's thought, enabling you to understand and intelligently discuss her ideas with others.