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WATKINS: The basic difference between our book and most political books is that ours is philosophic. We try to get underneath today’s superficial debates, and tackle the important issues that will determine the direction of this country.
Before people criticize those who support Kony 2012 in response to social pressure, they should ask themselves if they adhere to their own moral principles for similar reasons.
Early in December The Undercurrent published a series of articles . . . analyzing and critiquing the Occupy Wall Street movement. . . . [T]he editors of TU have selected the very best excerpts from our pieces by Valery Publius, Elle Laine, and Nicholas Marquiss,
"Ideas Matter: Ayn Rand's Message to Today's World" is the first-of-its-kind lecture event, during which students across the country will be able to participate and connect with others interested in Ayn Rand's ideas. The lecture will be broadcast from the University of Southern California in Los