Ayn Rand's Theoretical Analysis

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Ayn Rand’s statements on these extreme ends of individualism and collectivism are daringly bold. While her statements have validity, a world of people living her version of individualism would break quickly and collapse unsuccessfully. Any cooperative organization would fail. Any government across the nation would become corrupt and would collapse, resulting in chaotic, nationwide violence. Many, if not all, world or nationwide organizations would no longer be existent if all men are to follow Rand’s theories. In this world, a man would have no reason to listen to the thoughts and ideas of another. He is his own individual and does not have to be governed or instructed by any other. Any group of people relying on the cooperation of
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