The Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights


Individual Rights: A Revolutionary Idea

Few people today understand the idea at the foundation of the American Revolution and the founders’ unique view of government: the idea of individual rights. This talk by Onkar Ghate explores the idea of individual rights, what led to it, and what today is required to defend it. The talk was delivered at UCLA on January 30, 2010 and was hosted by¬†LOGIC, the UCLA Objectivist club.

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