Archive for “Debi Ghate”
In this lecture, Debi Ghate shows that Lewis and Clark were more than just rugged adventurers—they were pioneering partners who carefully chose one another.
8 min. The Berlin Wall, Part 2
7 min. The Berlin Wall, Part 1
From Chattelhood to Manhood, From Slave to Intellectual Leader
The compelling and inspiring story of Frederick Douglass, a leading intellectual in the anti-slavery movement, is revealed in this lecture by Debi Ghate.
Debi Ghate discusses why reading Atlas Shrugged is such a powerful experience.
13 min. Objectivism in an Era of Statism
Debi Ghate and Keith Lockitch discuss the challenges and opportunities involved in promoting Objectivism in today’s culture. (Pajamas TV interview; 13 min.)