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The Jefferson School and its supporters


CAPITALISM: A Treatise on Economics
by Dr. George Reisman
... is finished! People who ordered early are receiving their copies now!

The Jefferson School's Home Page is your link to the Jefferson School on the Web. Presently, The Jefferson School's website is devoted to their book catalogue, which includes books, tapes, and pamphlets in economics (e.g., the work of Ludwig Von Mises and the work of Dr. Reisman, including his new magnum opus: CAPITALISM: A Treatise on Economics, which is over a thousand pages long, and will be released in early December), psychology (e.g. tapes and pamphlets by Dr. Packer), and philosophy (e.g., the written version of Dr. Leonard Peikoff's The History of Philosophy). Both Dr. Reisman and Dr. Packer are leading intellectuals in the Objectivist movement. Watch this site: it may soon include information on a new magazine, or perhaps conferences.


The Society for Objective Science now has a form where you can order their material over the internet. You may also find out how they broke with ARI (all major documents have been transcribed) at this website hosted by Chris Wolf.

FAQ - What's REALLY Wrong With Objectivism? is a large website which Chris Wolf has devoted to making available accurate transcripts of the faxes and memos by which the Ayn Rand Institute severed its relationship with the Jefferson School.

The ARI/Reisman Conflict is a website run by Dr. James Kirpatrick and Linda Rearden (who is currently finishing her Ph.D. in philosophy). Here you will find essays on the original split between the Ayn Rand Institute and The Jefferson School, as well as documents on how both Dr. Kirkpatrick and Miss Rearden left the Ayn Rand Institute, and chose to support The Jefferson School.

The State of the Objectivist Movement My own contribution to the debate. I intend to replace this article with something which will take into account a wider context than that in which it was originally written-- at a later time.

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1996 by Timothy D. Chase. All rights reserved.

I am not endorsed by the individuals or organizations listed. Nor should the fact that I am including them be regarded as evidence that any of them have received my unqualified endorsement. What I endorse-- unreservedly-- is the active mind which judges things for itself.