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AGE OF RAND: IMAGINING AN OBJECTIVIST FUTURE WORLD

Frederick Cookinham is the author of THE AGE OF RAND: IMAGINING AN OBJECTIVIST FUTURE WORLD, available from www.amazon.com.

An observer of the Objectivist and Libertarian movements for forty-four years, Frederick Cookinham has written for several movement magazines.

“Creative and thought provoking.”
-Amazon reviewer

“Refreshing, insightful look at Ayn Rand and the Objectivists.”
-Amazon reviewer

“Objective Objectivism.”
-Amazon reviewer

“Rambling but intriguing…. It’s a thoughtful book, at times amusing…and is far from hero-worshiping when it comes to Rand herself.” Gary Weiss, author of AYN RAND NATION

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Interview with Frederick Cookinham, author of The Age of Rand

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NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO’S Margot Adler’s piece on Frederick Cookinham’s

AYN RAND TOURS on “ALL THINGS CONSIDERED”!……

http://www.npr.org/2011/04/26/135735227/ayn-rands-new-york-toured-via-atlas-shrugged

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LINKS  LINKS  LINKS!!

Read my columns on The Atlasphere website, which provides dating contacts and general contacts, and hundreds of articles for Rand fans:  http://www.theatlasphere.com

Check out what’s happening with the Atlas Society and the ATLAS SHRUGGED MOVIES!!

http://www.atlassociety.org

And for fans of the American Revolution, there are the dinners of the American Revolution Roundtable of New York, on the first Tuesday of October, December, February, April and June:

http://www.arrt-ny.org

Ayn Rand was a big admirer of Noel Coward, calling him underrated as a master of dramatic structure.  If you, too, are a fan of The Master, contact the Noel Coward Society:

http://www.noelcoward.net

To learn more about Art Deco, not just in architecture, but in art and product design, contact the Art Deco Society of New York:

http://www.artdeco.org