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More than 50 years ago, Ayn Rand used her novel Atlas Shrugged to argue that big government, complex regulations, and a politically directed economy would lead to crony capitalism and corruption that would undermine entrepreneurship and prosperity. The lengthy book, more than 1000 pages, has sold more than 7 million copies. John Allison from BB&T bank discusses Rand’s concepts and how he has applied them. He believes that Rand’s ideas are about creating win-win relationships and “getting better together.” Allison explains that these principles helped him decide not to offer either subprime mortgages or loans for development of property acquired through eminent domain.
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