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The Objectivist Newsletter complete in one - Rand, Ayn (Editors) and Nathaniel B - 1962. 
The Objectivist and The Ayn Rand Letter 1962 - After Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand turned to applying her philosophy to crucial cultural events. From 1962 until 1976, she published and wrote for three successive and contiguous periodicals: 1) The Objectivist Newsletter, 2) The Objectivist and 3) The Ayn Rand Letter. Many of her most significant essays were later collected into books such as The Virtue of Selfishness and Philosophy: Who Needs It were first published in her periodicals. This collection, as preserved by a subcriber, includes: 1. The Objectivist Newsletter. Volume 1-4, 1962-1965 COMPLETE in one volume. Bound and so labeled on spine. 2. The Objectivist (formerly the Objectivist Newsletter) was published from January 1966 to September 1971. THIS SERIES IS COMPLETE, as follows: Volumes 5, no. 1 - Volume 6, no. 12 are collected in an Objectivist magazine binder number one; Volume 7, no. 1 - Volume 8, no. 12 are collected in an Objectivist magazine binder number two. Volumes 9-10, 1970 through September 1971, are loose volumes. All are original separate issues with front and rear wraps included. 3. The Ayn Rand Letter, a biweekly newsletter published from October 1971 to February 1976. This (incomplete) collection featurestwo SPIRAL BOUND COLLECTIONS: The first spiral bound collection of the original Letters covers Volume 1 No. 1-26 (October, 1971 - September 1972), and is missing the following: No. 5-7 and No. 9.The second spiral bound collection covers Volume 2, No. 1-26 COMPLETE (October, 1972 - September, 1973).The remaining loose issues of Volume 3, Volumes 1-25 (October, 1973 - September, 1974) are missing only number 3. The Ayn Rand Letter continued through February, 1976 with Leonard Piekoff as editor. All issues are in very good condition, with occasional light pencil marks.Leonard Piekoff, former professor of philosophy, was designated by Rand as her literary executor. As a leading advocate of Objectivism, and the founder of the Ayn Rand Institute (ARI) and associate editor of The Ayn Rand Letter, he carried on "The Objectivist" tradition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
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