Today we will revisit Ayn Rand’s essay, “Don’t Let It Go,” which was the inspiration for the name of my blog and my podcast. We’ll look at our nation’s actions, culture and sense of life, and ask: How are we doing in 2014 vs. in 1971, when Rand published the original essay?
In the process we’ll be discussing, as usual, some recent news stories. See Program Notes, below for all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.
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One response to “Don’t Let It Go! Today at 12 p.m. PT (3 p.m. CT)”
I take pleasure in seeing competence and achievement. Perhaps you will too. Outside the US it is still possible.
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