Jean-Baptiste Say’s signature achievement, A Treatise on Political Economy, was first published in 1803. One notable aspect of this book is that its title combines two disciplines, economics and politics. And this makes sense if you consider that Say, besides being a gifted economist, was also a renowned philosopher and entrepreneur. And 200 years later, […]
On June 1st of year 39, an intrepid search party of one embarked on a mission. Its goal was to rescue a brilliant young man from the grips of his would-be captors. It turns out that her prey had taken refuge inside a newly established and barricaded cop-free enclave. Dagny Taggart was forced to crash their party and remain as an uninvited guest for 30 days. This begins Atlas Shrugged, Part III – titled “A is A.” Existence exists.
The concepts of justice and money were highlighted in the May 1st article featuring economist Paul Krugman of the New York Times, and government strongman Wesley Mouch from Ayn Rand’s 1957 novel, Atlas Shrugged.