Yaron Brook

president, executive director, Ayn Rand Institute

Yaron Brook serves as the executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute and the Ayn Rand Center of Individual Rights; ARI's Washington, DC-based public policy arm. He is a prominent advocate for Objectivism, the philosophy of novelist Ayn Rand. Dr. Brook is a contributing editor of The Objective Standard, contributing author to the anthology Winning the Unwinnable War, and co-author of Neoconservatism: An Obituary for an Idea.

He is a weekly guest on Front Page hosted by PJTV, the first center-right online television network broadcasting over the Internet, and makes frequent guest appearances on national radio and TV with Objectivism's unique perspective on current events. A popular speaker at universities, public forums, industry conferences, academic panels, community and professional groups, his recent talks encompass the moral foundations of capitalism and individual rights--including the right to not be your brother's health care keeper.

Yaron Brook serves as the executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute and the Ayn Rand Center of Individual Rights; ARI's Washington, DC-based public policy arm. He is a prominent advocate for Objectivism, the philosophy of novelist Ayn Rand. Dr. Brook is a contributing editor of The Objective Standard, contributing author to the anthology Winning the Unwinnable War, and co-author of Neoconservatism: An Obituary for an Idea.

He is a weekly guest on Front Page hosted by PJTV, the first center-right online television network broadcasting over the Internet, and makes frequent guest appearances on national radio and TV with Objectivism's unique perspective on current events. A popular speaker at universities, public forums, industry conferences, academic panels, community and professional groups, his recent talks encompass the moral foundations of capitalism and individual rights--including the right to not be your brother's health care keeper.


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