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  1. I just saw Pride & Prejudice. I wasn't eager to see it (I went to accompany my wife and daughter), but I was pleasantly surprised and truly enjoyed the movie. And I was surprised that the two lead characters displayed personalities that made me think of Objectivism. Elizabeth "Lizzie" Bennet (played by Keira Knightley) is a strong, young woman who knows what she wants from life, is not willing to compromise her ideals, and has enough pride to stand up for herself and not back down when pressured by her overbearing mother and by people of higher social station. Darcy (played by Matt
  2. From Robert Tracinski's TIA Daily (21-Dec-2005): An Appeal from a Law Student in Poland [Editor's Note: I just received this e-mail from a law student in Poland looking for information on Objectivism's philosophy of law. I thought the best way to answer this question would be to send this out to TIA Daily's readers, who I know include many lawyers and experts on law. If you have a response, just reply ([email protected]) to this e-mail, and I'll forward it on to Mr. Stremecki. Also, feel free to forward today's TIA Daily to anyone who you think would have good information to offer. Wit
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