To the Editor:

I am a recent subscriber and I want to let you know how much I enjoy TOS. The journal is entertaining, intellectually stimulating, and highly informative. The knowledge I have gained from your current and back issues regarding universal health care and the financial crisis has greatly enhanced my ability to defend free markets.

Your selection of audio articles, lectures, and debates is of great value as well. I have an hour-long commute to work, and I have already listened to all of your audio selections. Will you be offering more of these?

Damian Tinkey
Marlboro, NY

Craig Biddle replies:

I’m glad you’re enjoying the journal and the audio articles, and your interest in the latter is quite timely! As of May 2010, we are offering three new subscription formats: audio, e-book, and premium. Full descriptions and pricing can be found on the subscriptions page of our website. Audio articles are also available à la carte, and beginning with the Spring 2010 issue all new articles are and will be available in audio format. Enjoy!

To the Editor:

I just want to say how thankful I am for your publication. After reading the free articles for a few months, I finally broke down and bought a subscription. The articles have enhanced my understanding of Objectivism and its practical applications, my ability to love life, and my ability to debate in terms of fundamentals. Best fifty bucks I ever spent!

Kristian Kanya
Hermosa Beach, CA

Concerning Citizens United

To the Editor:

In his article “Citizens United and the Battle for Free Speech in America” [TOS, Spring 2010], Steve Simpson mentions in passing that corporations “are artificial persons” and then proceeds to dismiss the factual nature of corporations. . . .

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