The (billionaires’) case against billionaires

The cover of the Penguin edition of Ayn Rand’s ‘Atlas Shrugged.’ The statue of Atlas has been removed. Lying across the full width of the cover is a golden-tinged smashed Roman statue head of an unknown king, his face half-gone and his nose missing.

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