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Journals 4.1 - Men and Manners by Grant Thorburn (Part 1)

John Galt (1779-1839) is widely considered to be the first political novelist in the English language. One of his books Lawrie Todd, or the Settlers in the Woods (1830) was based on the life of a real person. 1,585 more words

19th Century

But where is Jhoomri Talaiya?

Where is Jhumri Telaiya? (correct but less evocative spelling ) should occupy a space between Who is John Galt? and What was the secret of Rosebud? 317 more words

Popular Culture

John Galt Drawstring Bag

Enjoy this fashionable drawstring bag sporting a repeating red, white and blue John Galt pattern. It’s made of a 100% polyester woven fabric and features a wide, soft drawcord that’s easy on your shoulders.


Need vs Merit

“Need does not define a claim” – this probably sounds like something John Galt (Atlas Shrugged) would say, well, we agree. This statement clearly summaries the reason we choose our students based on merit and not based on need. 110 more words

Student Loan Debt

John Galt Hooded Sweatshirt

Promote individual responsibility, a limited government and free market capitalism with this John Galt sweatshirt, featuring a grunge style of typography and fancy kangaroo pocket with matching drawstrings.


The Warren Markowitz Show- 03/13/2015

The Warren Markowitz Show- 03/13/2015.

Are we a moral people? With the changes that have effected America over the last 20+ years do we still have the desire to take a stand when evil comes knocking? 91 more words


Quotes: Conditions of Existence

“Rights are conditions of existence required by man’s nature for his proper survival.”

– John Galt, Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged

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