Links

The Ayn Rand Institute – ARI is the official outlet to study Objectivism, the moral philosophy of Ayn Rand. The Institute does excellent work and is diligently introducing and teaching the philosophy to young people, supports scholarship and research based on Ayn Rand’s ideas and promotes Objectivist philosophy to the widest possible audience.

The Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights – ARC is the public policy and outreach arm of the Ayn Rand Institute. The Center is located in Washington DC and promotes Objectivism to the public policy and business communities, the media, the general public and to policy-makers. ARC also has a television channel with commentary by and interviews with a number of Objectivist scholars.

Capitalism Magazine – an online publication dedicated to promoting Objectivism. This website contains many essays by notable Objectivist authors such as Harry Binswanger, Leonard Peikoff, Yaron Brook, and Edward Cline. It also contains articles by non-Objectivists such as Thomas Sowell, Daniel Pipes, and Walter Williams too but whose thoughts reflect perspectives complimentary to Objectivism or are of interest to the magazine’s readers. Cap Mag also hosts other affiliated websites, such as Capitalism.org, Abortion is Pro-Life and Dollars & Crosses.

The Objective Standard – A quarterly journal published by Craig Biddle which assumed the publishing of some materials from the Ayn Rand Institute. This publication contains many essays from Objectivist authors and scholars that tend to be more scholarly in their research.

Leonard Peikoff – the personal website of Ayn Rand’s intellectual heir Dr. Leonard Peikoff. This website contains not only information about the books he has published but numerous podcasts by Dr. Peikoff himself giving insightful comments and excellent advice about a multitude of issues ranging from personal matters to the arts to politics to business.

The Undercurrent – a campus newsletter written for college students with additional articles from the Ayn Rand Institute op-ed program and other writers.

Anthem Foundation – This organization provides grants for the benefit of academic professionals engaged in serious, scholarly work based on the philosophy and writings of Ayn Rand, and provides resources to others in academia interested in understanding Objectivism.

Harry Binswanger List – HBL is a list dedicated to discussion of Objectivism, and its application to today’s culture. It is moderated by Ayn Rand Institute Board of Directors member Dr. Harry Binswanger who is also an author and Professor in ARI’s Objectivist Academic Center.

Cempetitive Enterprise Institute – CEI is a non-profit public policy organization dedicated to advancing the principles of limited government, free enterprise, and individual liberty.

Foundation for Economic Education – The Foundation for Economic Education is the oldest free market organization in the United States established to study and advance classical liberal ideas. FEE accomplishes their efforts by focusing on teaching Austrian economics through lectures and publications.

Mercatus Center – Mercatus is a market-oriented research center located in Arlington, Virginia and affiliated with George Mason University’s Economics Department. The organization conducts a number of research and outreach efforts to advance the knowledge of how markets can work to improve lives and individual freedoms, by training graduate students, conducting research, and applying economic principles in order to offer solutions to society’s most pressing problems.

Center for Industrial Progress – Advocates for America re-embracing industrial progress as a cultural ideal and as a goal to strive for. Champions policies that fully respect property rights and allow free markets, such that the brilliantly talented individuals of this great country that can lead us to the next industrial renaissance.

Secular Right – A blog whose contributors think that conservative principles and policies need not be grounded in a specific set of supernatural claims.

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