In article <b.evill-2809981244530001 at tynslip4.apana.org.au>,
b.evill at spamblocker.tyndale.apana.org.au says...
> If 'Atlas Shrugged' has had so much influence, why isn't it more famous?
> Really, here in Australia it is *very* obscure.
One of the groups being crossposted to is rec.arts.sf.science. _Atlas
Shrugged_ is science fiction. People who think Ayn Rand is important
probably also think Robert Heinlein is important. They sort of go
together, in their little narrow world.
Neither one would make the first cut in a vote.