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Got this one via e-mail, regarding the Ayn Rand Fountainhead Essay competition. Guess who didn't win? Me!

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Dear Student,

Thank you for entering the Ayn Rand Institute Fountainhead Essay
Contest. We
are sorry to inform you that your essay is not among the winning
entries.
This year we received over 14,000 entries to our two high school
contests,
so the competition was intense.

If you will be attending college in the fall, you may be interested in
entering our Atlas Shrugged essay contest for college students. See
www.aynrand.org/contests for more details.



To learn more about Ayn Rand's ideas, explore our web site
www.aynrand.org.
On our site you can:
-view an introductory video on her philosophy
(www.aynrand.org/objectivism),
-research her views on specific topics (www.aynrand.org/books/biblio),
-join or start a campus discussion club (www.aynrand.org/campus),
-Take courses on her philosophy (www.aynrand.org/academic),
-and much more.



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The following comments are for "It Came in the Mail . . ."
by Washer

Rejection Letter
14,000! that was not a contest, but lottery. Sadly, only a tiny bit of those who submitted
will go on writting... be between the chosen few :)

( Posted by: ursus [Member] On: August 29, 2003 )





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