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    [Ayn Rand and Nathaniel Branden]. Group of Ayn Rand-Related Material. [New York: 1960s - 1970s].

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    Including Issues of The Objectivist, The Objectivist Newsletter and Other Items

    Approximately forty issues of The Objectivist (about sixteen issues bound into a publisher's notebook), seven copies of the Objectivist Newsletter, three pamphlets published from material previously featured in The Objectivist. [With]: Ayn Rand. Philosophy: Who Needs It. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, [1982]. First trade edition. Publisher's binding, dust jacket. Some wear and soiling to jacket and book, some highlighting in text. Fair. Overall, an interesting collection of Ayn Rand material.

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