If you know anywhere I can find the full interview version of this clip below please let me know.
Jan 03 '13 at 22:40
Jan 03 '13 at 23:13
Greg Perkins ♦♦
To the best of my recollection (if it's any help), I think it was probably from one of Ayn Rand's televised interviews with either Phil Donahue or possibly Tom Snyder.
I think it is this interview:
Ayn Rand Speaks for Herself.
Source: Laissez Faire/Day at Night.
Author: Ayn Rand and James Day.
Country: United States.
A 30-minute video interview in which Rand discusses the nature of the ideal man, the immorality of sacrifice, the meaning of death and other
topics. Day at Night, 1974, VHS, $14.95 from Laissez Faire Books.
Problem is I cant find a place to buy it.
It's Ayn Rand with James Day.
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