'Atlas Shrugged'

 

Last updated 3/15/2021 at 12:47pm



As described by Ayn Rand in 1957 and happening today.

“The general policy of the press had been stated by a famous editor five years ago. ‘There are no objective facts,’ he had said. “Every report on facts is only somebody’s opinion. It is, therefore, useless to write about facts.”

Rand, Ayn. “Atlas Shrugged” (p. 229). Penguin Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.

“The reporters who came to the press conference in the office of the John Galt Line were young men who had been trained to think that their job consisted of concealing from the world the nature of its events. It...



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