What is atlas shrugged by ayn rand about?
Atlas Shrugged is about society. the novel promotes a capitalist economy in which there is total equality. Meaning the government is uninvolved and earnings are based upon effort, talent, and productivity. It dispels the idea of selfishness meaning serving oneself and promotes that the “perfect” human is one who serves themselves the best they can. This is the basis of Objectivism Ayn Rand’s philosophy.