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  • Editor's Desk - Robert Bidinotto

    Editor's Desk, March 2006

  • Europe's Last Dictatorship: An Interview with Jaroslav Romanchuk

    Editor's Note, Dec. 21, 2010: On December 20th, 2010, the government of Belarus launched a sweeping crack-down (see news photo below) against opposition political figures. Many were detained, beaten, or worse. Among the nine presidential candidates who...

  • The Best Thriller Writers—Ever

    Let me state my case right up front: I think action thrillers are today’s most influential and effective vehicles for imparting the values of individualism throughout our culture . To understand why I believe that—and to explain my love affair with...

  • Atlas Shrugged Plot Synopsis

    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 typically suggest multiple layers of meaning and implication.


    as panel moderators Nigel Ashford of the Institute for Humane Studies; Douglas Rasmussen of St. John's University; Robert Bidinotto , the award-winning editor of our magazine The New Individualist ; and John Fund of the Wall Street Journal. (See full...

  • The Classic Path to the Inevitable Result: Venezuela Succumbs to Dictatorship

    Venezuela to be ranked 174 out of 177 on the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom .] Explore Atlas Shrugs in Venezuela by Robert Bidinotto. Venezuela Black Out by Robert Bidinotto. Is John Galt Venezuelan by Thor Halvorssen.

  • Synopsis of the Plot of Atlas Shrugged

    Author of Plot Synopsis: Robert James Bidinotto 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 typically suggest multiple layers of meaning and...

  • Editor's Desk: April 2006

    Fraud. Though I hadn’t really planned for that to be the unifying subject of this issue, it’s a theme that seems to run through most of the articles. This month’s contributors probe many forms of fraud—criminal, political, cultural, and intellectual....

  • Atlas Shrugged Changed My Life

    Exactly forty years ago, this month, I was contemplating the tattered wreckage of my college career. And The Book was responsible.

  • The 10 Best Films, Objectively Speaking

    November 2003 -- That Tuesday morning, like most, found me staring at my computer screen.

  • Thriller: Lee Child and the creation of Jack Reacher

  • Why Are We So Worried About the Planet?

    April 18, 2009 -- Spring has sprung at last here in Montreal. Leaves are sprouting on the trees, birds are chirping outside my window, and young women are baring their legs prematurely. The arrival of spring also means that in a few days time, millions...

  • Midcentury: Atlas Shrugged

    October 2007 -- This summer, as Ayn Rand ’s Atlas Shrugged approaches its fiftieth anniversary, I have just passed my forty-fifth year of living with that astonishing book. Thinking back across the decades, I find I am most surprised by how little...

  • Self-Judgment Days

    September 2001 -- At sundown on September 26, millions of Jewish people begin their religious tradition of fasting on Yom Kippur, or the Day of Atonement. The fast continues on the 27th and culminates in a large break-the-fast after the sun has set. It...

  • TNI's Interview with Vince Flynn

    March 2008 -- Editor’s note : Vince Flynn has written many compelling yarns, but his own story may be the most inspiring. It’s the tale of a kid from a big Midwestern family who battled dyslexia to become—through sheer grit and determination—one of the...

  • Film Review: A Tale of Two Heroes

    November 2007 -- Rescue Dawn. Starring Christian Bale, Steve Zahn, Jeremy Davies, Marshall Bell, Zach Grenier, François Chau, Pat Healy, Teerawat Mulvilai, Yuttana Muenwaja, Chorn Solyda, Kriangsak Ming-olo, Abhijati ‘Meuk’ Jusakul, Lek Chaiyan...

  • The Supreme Assault on Private Property: An Interview with Scott Bullock

    Fall 2005 -- The so-called “Takings Clause” of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states: “...nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.” But like many passages of the Constitution meant to limit government...

  • Charles Tomlinson's Wonderful Life

    January/February 2005 -- Charles Tomlinson, a long-time supporter of The Atlas Society (publisher of The New Individualist ), died Tuesday, December 28, 2004. Charles was regularly feautured as a speaker at Atlas Society Summer Seminars. He delighted...

  • Letters to the Editor: Summer 2009 issue

  • Al Gore's War on Children

    June 22, 2011-- I have long argued that the morally twisted beliefs of many environmentalists imply that humans are pollution and that the Earth would be better without us. Al Gore, the Guru of Gaia, now seems to agree with this assessment and comes...

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