The Ayn Rand T-Shirt! And Other Reason-Emblazoned Goodies!


As's 10-part, two-week series Radicals for Capitalism: Celebrating the Enduring Legacy of Ayn Rand's Ideas enters its final stretch, let me pitch one piece of merchandise that no Fountainhead, Atlas Shrugged, or Reason magazine fan—or Whittaker Chambers critic—should be without: a T-shirt emblazoned with the image of Reason's classic 1973 special issue on the former Alisa Rosenbaum.

It's available in many colors and many sizes, in women's and men's styles, in organic and less-than-organic fabric, at prices ranging from $21.99 to $24.99. Only Ellsworth Toohey could say no!

Go here or click on the image for ordering information and to see other Reason products ranging from aluminum water bottles to baby bibs to trucker hats to (dast we advertise it?) a made-in-the-USA thong featuring the logo of Reason Foundation, the nonprofit that publishes this website.

Earlier today, released an exclusive interview with Rand confidante Barbara Branden, author of The Passion of Ayn Rand. Tomorrow, we follow that with a new interview with Nathaniel Branden, Rand's one-time "intellectual heir" who chronicled his tumultuous personal and professional relationship with Rand in Judgment Day and My Years with Ayn Rand.