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PROVIDING FOR OUR CHILDREN'S FUTURE

PROVIDING FOR OUR CHILDREN'S FUTURE

PROVIDING FOR OUR CHILDREN'S FUTURE: We are leading our own lives as Objectivists, and gladly we watch our children following in our footsteps. But we also see the frustration and conflict they encounter, particularly with the outrageous curriculum in our grandchildren's public schools. It will take more than the two of us, and probably more than one lifetime of properly educating the coming generations, to make Objectivism part of mainstream culture. We think that contributing to ARI — during our lives, and beyond — is the best way to achieve that goal.

Batia and Sol Barsever, entrepreneurs
North Bethesda, Maryland

Some years ago, I bought a beautiful piece of property bordering Zion National Park in Utah that I call "Galt's Gulch." My purpose was to provide a "safe harbor" for my grandchildren if they should ever need one. I hope my bequest will help the Institute to ensure that they won't.

Maryann Grau, media executive (retired)
South Pasadena, California

We donate to ARI because of our certainty that Ayn Rand's ideas are the only hope for the future of mankind and can be realized only through the efforts of the Ayn Rand Institute. Their commitment and our long-term support is the best investment we can make towards achieving that goal.

Milton Cohen, manufacturing engineer,
and Adrina Cohen, registered nurse
Fernley, Nevada

Ayn Rand wanted her values to live on after her. I want her values, which are now mine, to live on after me. I want civilization to have a future. By helping to make that future possible, that future is mine today.

Henry L. Solomon, network manager
New York, New York


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