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Atlas Society CEO Jennifer Anju Grossman was a keynote speaker at this year's FreedomFest, the world's premier libertarian conference held annually in Las Vegas.
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The theme of the 2016 Atlas Art Contest is "The Entrepreneur: Risk and Reward".  
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Atlas Society senior staff and will all be speaking at this year's FreedomFest, and we're especially pleased to announce that CEO Jennifer Anju Grossman is a keynote speaker and her "libertarian CEO" session will be live-streamed
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As many of you know already, The Atlas Society is participating and presenting at this year's FreedomFest, the world's largest libertarian conference.  Our CEO, Jennifer Anju Grossman, is one of the keynote speakers for FreedomFest, along with Kennedy, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Sen. Rand Paul, Steve Forbes, and former heavyweight world champion George Foreman.  For those who won't be in Vegas for the event, you'll be able to watch a live stream of Jennifer participating in the highly-anticipated keynote panel "Libertarian CEOs: Creating a New Brand of Capitalism." Time: 9:00am (PDT) this Thursday, July 14.  Also on the panel:  John Mackey, co-CEO of Whole Foods Market. Named the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2003. Mackey co-wrote the best-selling book Conscious Capitalism. He is a leading advocate for organic foods.  John Allison, former CEO and Chairman of...
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Art has a persuasive power like no other form of human communication. Artists project—and viewers respond to—a re-creation of reality: an imagined reality informed by our beliefs, values, and emotions. Though Ayn Rand is revered—and reviled—as an intellectual, a writer, and a philosopher, she was, above all, an artist. Through her drama, she projected a romantic vision of a different world—a world in which heroic men and women struggled against and ultimately triumphed over immense obstacles. She used art to illuminate human potential, to light the path forward, and to lead the way. Rand observed that a moral ideal is “almost impossible to communicate without the assistance of art.” Today, the moral ideals of reason, achievement, and individualism are in danger of being lost, with dire consequences for a free society. Ayn Rand conveyed those ideals brilliantly in her novels, but the ideals must be renewed in every generation through the imagination and talent of artists who, like Rand, can lead the way. To...