Judgment Day
by Nathaniel Branden

A detailed account of Branden's years under Ayn Rand's influence. He analyzes his own psychology and that of the other principle characters at great length, painting a vivid picture. But he fails to see the fallacy of Ayn Rand's theory of romantic love, which she used to control him for years.

Year Read: 1989

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