Brant Gaede Posted August 29, 2009 Share Posted August 29, 2009 (edited) I have just read Stephan's Cox's Liberty article/review of Anne Heller's forthcoming biography of Ayn Rand.Of this I have only three things to say at this time.1) The author of PARC will need to write another book about how Heller's book is no good because of the evil influence of the Brandens. The only problem is Heller wasn't once married to Nathaniel Branden or his mistress so she can't be condemned because Nathaniel Branden wrote Judgment Day making her his natural collaborator in attacking Ayn Rand. And there is the problem that AR never kicked Heller out of her life apropos the grievous harm she supposedly did ending nearly two decades of personal, intellectual and business relationships.2) ARI can't complain about the content as it denied Heller access to the archives and the Rand estate blocked her in other ways.3) Barbara Branden's biography is going to be remembered as biased toward Ayn Rand, but still extremely valuable.--Brant burn PARC burn Edited August 29, 2009 by Brant Gaede Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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