Ayn Rand

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United States writer (born in Russia) noted for her polemical novels and political conservativism (1905-1982)

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Recent biographies, such as Goddess of the Market, by Jennifer Burns, describe how young Alisa Rosenbaum (Rand's given name) first came to America without a kopeck in her purse and was taken care of by relatives.
Born Alisa Rosenbaum in Russia in 1905, Rand immigrated to the United States in 1926 and thoroughly reinvented herself in real life far more successfully than Jay Gatsby ever managed to do in fiction.
She was born Alisa Rosenbaum three weeks after the 1905 revolution, and lived through the 1917 ones and their bloody, impoverished aftermaths.
Born Alisa Rosenbaum in Russia in 1905, Rand emigrated to the United States in 11926 and thoroughly reinvented herself in real life far more successfully than Jay Gatsby ever managed to do in fiction.
Mind you, so have the devotees of the Alisa Rosenbaum (Ayn Rand) cult.