ing chapter when Peikoflf finally presentsnus with the philosophical solution tornAmerica: Ayn Rand's "objectivism."nPeikofiPs remarks become aphoristic, asnthough they were the irrefutable wisdomsnof some Eastern mystic. Logicalncontradictions thus need not be addressed.nAlthough the central role innhuman af&irs of ethics and values is properlynacknowledged, Peikoflf provides . . .
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