Special Edition Reason Atlas Shrugged Part II DVD Now Available for Order!


Atlas Shrugged Part II Special Edition DVD

You've read the novel. You've seen the film in theaters. Now don't miss your chance to own Atlas Shrugged Part II as a special, limited-release DVD featuring unique Reason content!

Set in the near future, Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged Part II portrays a dystopian United States with a global economy on the brink of collapse and brilliant creators, from artists to industrialists, continuing to mysteriously disappear.

Ayn Rand knew that free minds and free markets are the only path to a free society. Seeing her greatest literary achievement on the screen is a thrill for all of us who love her writing and respect her philosophy. – David Nott  President, Reason Foundation

The Reason Special Edition DVD costs just $19.95 and features the full theatrical release of Atlas Shrugged Part II and exclusive bonus material not available on any other DVD, including:

  • ReasonTV: What We Saw at the World Premiere of Atlas Shrugged Part 2
  • David Nott: Why Ayn Rand & Atlas Shrugged Are More Controversial—and Relevant—Than Ever
  • Brian Doherty: How Ayn Rand Became the Original Radical for Capitalism
  • and more…

This is not available in stores and supplies are limited. DVDs are expected to ship to arrive by February 19, 2013.

Pre-order the Reason Special Edition Atlas Shrugged Part II DVD now.

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  1. You should include a riff track of comments from reason contributors. It would be like a live tweet but in voiceover form, and not live.

  2. You’ve seen the film in theaters.

    No I haven’t, since everything I read indicated it was a POS. Can’t we come up with a better way to celebrate Ayn Rand? Because I’m pretty sure pretending a crappy movie is the best thing ever just because we have a political interest in it being perceived as successful is pretty much the opposite of her philosophy.

  3. I’ve been trying to watch the first one on Netflix but it’s like a crappy comic book.

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