Ed serves up another hot OpEd

Ed Hudgins, a contributing editor for The New Individualist, penned this tribute to Atlas Shrugged for the Washington Times.

Other pieces on the Atlas Shrugged anniversary include this Seattle Post-Intelligencer piece: 50 years on, Rand's 'Atlas' still relevant and Ayn Rand devotees hug over Atlas Shrugged by the Christian Science Monitor. The latter quotes TNI's David Kelley.

(Also, I just noticed Ed was quoted a few days ago in this special report on space exploration which appeared on CNET.) Like everybody else around here, Ed is the consummate Renaissance man. In another life he was director of regulatory studies for the Cato Institute and editor of Regulation magazine. He's our resident expert on the regulation of space and transportation, pharmaceuticals, and labor. He also served as a senior economist for the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress and was both deputy director for economic policy studies and director of the Center for International Economic Growth at the Heritage Foundation.

Today I found out the October issue of The New Individualist sold out on newsstands in D.C. (Yes, we replenished them quickly).

Reminder: this Saturday, C-SPAN runs coverage of our Atlas event.
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