Watch this short video of a girl distributing the Summer 2009 Edition of The Undercurrent at a Charlotte Tea Party!
Events like Tea Parties represent an excellent opportunity to spread rational ideas and positively influence the culture. Distributing The Undercurrent can be a fun group activity
The purpose of The Undercurrent's summer issue is to provide those attending Tea Parties with a deeper moral perspective on the government's increasing attack on individual freedom. It is our belief that the nascent Tea Party movement, if it is to achieve enduring change, must
The Undercurrent has created a flyer especially for campus clubs. Pass this out in high-traffic areas of your college campus, post it on bulletin boards, or insert these into your copies of TU!
Help broadcast your organization's presence by downloading these flyers. It's easy to modify
The Undercurrent has two new flyers available. Distributing is easy--simply download and photocopy! These flyers offer Objectivism’s unique perspective on the economic crisis now facing America. Each double-sided flyer contains thought-provoking commentary illustrating the practical and moral failure of paternalistic government policies.
Distributing flyers is an
We now have a great flyer you can print and post to help promote The Undercurrenton campus. Use the flyer to generate interest on a campus where you distribute or to encourage students to visit our website. The poster even has tear-off tabs with our
Would you like to write for The Undercurrent but aren’t sure how to get started? If so, consider attending our first blog writing meeting on Sunday, April 19th!
For those of you who attended our blog information session in February and are interested in writing for
We've now posted the content of our upcoming issue on the home pageof our website.
Articles in this issue investigate:
Is Barack Obama an intellectual?
What's in store for the future of the Republican Party?
Is a morality not based on religion possible?
What exactly does "no footprint" mean?
Would you like to improve your understanding of Objectivism, further develop your writing skills, and help introduce college students to the philosophy of Objectivism? If so, consider writing for The Undercurrent! Come to our blog information session on Sunday, February 15th to find out more.
Originally published in 1957, Atlas Shrugged, one of the most controversial novels in American fiction, recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Annual sales have been growing for years and may grow even faster when the film adaptation is released.
Atlas Shrugged is routinely included on “favorite books”
I am pleased to announce a new way that you can financially support The Undercurrent (TU), without spending a dime. TU has just been added to the list of eligible non-profit organisations for donations from GoodSearch. GoodSearch is a search engine powered by Yahoo Search