BRYAN REGISTER, FREE INQUIRY 20, NO. 1 (WINTER 1999): 64-65
"A Randian Feminism?"
Register states that the editors of the volume "have assembled the most important contribution to the academic study of Ayn Rand to appear in several years. Their volume . . . should remove many doubts about whether Ayn Rand is worthy of scholarly study and can withstand critical perspectives. Rand is well-known for her philosophical individualism . . . But she also defended shockingly conservative positions about gender and sexuality. It is from this paradox that several of the authors . . . take their lead. . . ."
"The Ayn Rand who emerges from these pages is a dynamic and multi-faceted figure, fully capable of profitable interaction with the tradition of Western thought. Ayn Rand has entered the canon."