In this episode of “Exploring Minds”, Jonathan Hoenig and Michele Carroll explore Jonathan’s new book “A New Textbook of Americanism” and how it underscores and illustrates Ayn Rand’s objectivist philosophies with particular attention to free-market capitalism and the role of government in the United States.
Jonathan Hoenig is an American investor, author, contributor to Fox News Channel, WLS-AM radio, public speaker and founder of Capitalistpig.com.
He has also been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Institutional Investor, and The Chronicle of Higher Education, and was recently named one of The Chicago Sun-Times Thirty Under Thirty and Crain’s Forty Under Forty.
Hoenig’s books include Greed is Good, The Pit: Photographic Portrait of the Chicago Trading Floor and A New Textbook of Americanism: The Politics of Ayn Rand, along with Pit Trading 101, a documentary film about new traders at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange that was recognized at the Sunset International Film Festival, the Chagrin Film Festival and the International Film Awards Berlin in 2014.
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A New Textbook of Americanism: https://amzn.to/2DJokSr