Gotta hand it to her—the woman rocked the asymmetrical bob like no other
The 1959 Mike Wallace interview of Ayn Rand is chock-full of lovely little horrors to satiate my anti-capitalist smugness, but for my money (see what I did there?), you can’t beat hearing the woman (whose philosophies bolstered Alan Greenspan’s chairmanship of the Federal Reserve for nearly 20 years) wax romantic. Hint: it involves currency, “virtue,” and very few of us are deserving.
Keep in mind, this is also the woman who defended her rapist protagonist, saying “If it was rape, it was rape by engraved invitation.”