FOR PRODUCER'S EYES ONLY: Ayn Rand's Handwritten Notes

Posted by sdesapio 11 years ago to The Gulch: Promotions
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In 1960, Arizona Senator and 1964 Republican presidential candidate, Barry Goldwater published his now famous book influencing countless conservatives and helping to lay the foundation for the Reagan Revolution in 1980.

Shortly after it was published, Ayn Rand picked up a copy of the book and as she read decided to annotate the margins with critiques and observations.

Atlas Shrugged Producer John Aglialoro purchased Ayn's copy at a 1986 Ayn Rand Institute auction and has since kept it safely hidden away... until now.

For Gulch Producers only: Each page of the book has been scanned with Ayn Rand's handwritten notes carefully transcribed.

Sign up as a Gulch Producer and DOWNLOAD THE PDF NOW: http://www.galtsgulchonline.com/posts/58...

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  • Posted by ottmeier 11 years ago
    How do I see/read the Barry Goldwater book pages with Ayn's remarks?
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    • Posted by khalling 11 years ago
      you have to sign up and pay a monthly fee. these comments were awesome, btw. I think go click your sign in up top and hit edit settings. that will let you sign up as a producer. we keep secrets from the rest of you in the producer's lounge. ;)
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    • Posted by 11 years ago
      Hi ottmeir,

      You'll need to upgrade your Gulch Membership to the "Producer" level membership. Click on your username in the upper right-hand corner and then click on "Edit Settings." There you'll find an "Upgrade" button. Once you upgrade you'll have access to the Goldwater/Rand PDF.
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  • Posted by ottmeier 11 years ago
    P.S. I first read Atlas Shrugged when I was 15. I got 'a big, fat book to impress my friends'. I read it first in 1973 and have re-read it over a dozen times since then.
    However, how can I view the movie on my computer and how can I see the remarks Ayn Rand made in Barry Goldwater's book? Is there a particular web sight?
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