We the Living by Ayn Rand


First published in 1936, Ayn Rand’s We the Living portrays the impact of the Russian Revolution on three human beings – Andrei Taganov, Leo Kovalensky, and Kira Argounova – who pursue life in a society built on the premise that society has a right to sacrifice the life of the individual for the benefit of the collective.

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