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MIKE WALLACE'S 1959 Interview of Ayn Rand

In three parts:

I believe that he did a good job of asking her questions to bring out her ideas. She did a great job of handling them.

At the end, Wallace asked about changing American and the world and she said that a new lecture series in New York received 600 inquiries. What number would you attach now? 6 million?

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There are more Ayn Rand stuff on Youtube.

Mike Donahue Interview with Rand (not sure year, believe it was the second interview he did)

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

Part 4:

Part 5:

Brief Ayn Rand interview:

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I thought the Atlas Society sold them.

Not as a DVD, and not as a single DVD.

TAS's bookstore is offline right now, but ARI has 3 videos available with the Mike Wallace, Phil Donahue (2 of them) and Tom Snyder interviews. (I know LFB used to have them as well, but I didn't see them listed).

I'd like to see them available on a single DVD for a reasonable cost (not the $30-60 per video).

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This was a series and many You Tube excerpts are online. Search for the title (Commanding Heights) and follow the links.

James J. Hill: Empire Builder

"... you had to get the best steel you could find... he didn't have the money, no one did, but they trusted him ..."

Edited by Michael E. Marotta
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