Premier Radio Broadcast of Ayn Rand's ATLAS SHRUGGED on Moscow Radio Jan. 1-5, 20171:07 AM
"The importance of this broadcast goes far beyond the core values of Atlas Shrugged's message," Yaron Brook, ARI's executive chairman, said. "Rand left Russia in 1926 for America because she knew she could not survive the oppression of Communism and would most certainly have been imprisoned or murdered. Now Rand's greatest book is being freely shared on a Russian radio show that is streamed throughout the world. I'd say that's a tremendous win for Rand's legacy and for freedom itself."The entire audio book will be presented in sections lasting eight or more hours each day, per the appended schedule.
Alpina has published 10 of Ayn Rand's books in Russian, including all four novels.