Perhaps more so today than in recent memory, many people are acutely aware of the difficult challenges we face both as individuals and as a nation. This somber reality is impossible to ignore: millions of people can’t find jobs, thousands of companies encounter obstacles to
Congratulations to our 2010 Distribution Story Contest winners! Each winner will receive an Amazon.com gift card and free copies of our February 2011 edition. You can view the top three entries below. Thank you to everyone who participated!
This contest gives us a better perspective of
The newest issue of The Undercurrent (TU) is now available to order! The February 2011 Edition features articles on drug prohibition, green energy, and government spending.
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You can win up to 500 copies of The Undercurrent by sharing your distribution stories with us! Any story we choose to use in promotional materials will receive 100 free copies of TU, while the best story will be rewarded with 500 free copies of
The Fall 2010 Edition of The Undercurrent (TU) is now available to order! Influence new students at your school and increase your club’s campus presence by passing out TU at back-to-school club fairs.
This edition will feature articles on the destructive premise underlying America’s un-American immigration
Five years ago this month, The Undercurrent released its very first issue. We’ve come a long way since then.
Here is the untold story how the The Undercurrent came to be.
For years, Objectivist campus clubs have come and gone. Some of them have even had their
The recent financial crisis has commonly been blamed on capitalism. Ruthless greed for profits, many say, led the financiers on Wall Street to carry out careless business practices that fattened their pockets but harmed those of us on Main Street. But is capitalism really that-
The Undercurrent is proud to present the final Spring 2010 print edition in PDF form, now for your viewing here!We're very excited about this issue, and finalizing the document means that we are very close to shipping these out to college campuses all over North
The newest issue of The Undercurrent (TU) is now available to order, and will arrive on your doorstep at the beginning of March! The Spring 2010 Edition will have a distinctive, exciting focus: the nature of virtues.
Articles in this issue will focus on virtues such
Ayn Rand called her philosophy Objectivism because of the central importance she placed on the concept of objectivity. To be objective, she held, means to consciously commit oneself to seeking the facts as one’s only standard of truth. Being objective does not mean being omniscient—it