Plume, 1999 - 1168 pagine
The book's female protagonist, Dagny Taggart, struggles to manage a transcontinental railroad amid the pressures and restrictions of massive bureaucracy. Her antagonistic reaction to a libertarian group seeking an end to government regulation is later echoed and modified in her encounter with a utopian community, Galt's Gulch, whose members regard self-determination rather than collective responsibility as the highest ideal.
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this book is one of my favorites... gave my first copy away and needed a new one...its pretty interesting especially in these interesting times in which we live... Leggi recensione completa
HeavyRecensione dell'utente - Amy M. - Overstock.com
This was not only a mentally heavy book but physically heavy too. I suggest an Ereader for this one. Atlas Shrugged is a classic but very dense and thick with political commentary. Leggi recensione completa