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The Most Dangerous Woman in America

Synopsis

They say she’s hateful and pitiless. The leader of a cult. A menace to society. What is it that drives her critics – from the president of the United States, to the New York Times, to countless bloggers – to viciously attack a writer who published her last major work more than 50 years ago? Ayn Rand has become an undeniably pervasive and powerful force in American politics. Her influence keeps growing. Her books still top the best-seller lists, excite discussion, and provoke controversy. Unflinching, irreverent, and at times hilarious, The Most Dangerous Woman in America brings to life Rand's message of reason and liberty. Illuminating her thought for readers familiar with her work, it will also communicate her ideas, perhaps for the first time, to a generation that has come of age under the shadow of ever-expanding government.

Ayn Rand’s ideas represent such a potent threat to today’s big-government juggernaut that, to her ideological opponents, she has become… the Most Dangerous Woman in America.

Credits

GENRE
Documentary feature
DIRECTOR/WRITER
Duncan Scott
PRODUCER
Dathan Liblik
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
Tiffany Pransky
ORIGINAL MUSIC
Michael Shapiro
TOTAL RUNNING TIME
90 minutes

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