Wrote "Night of January 16", produced on Broadway. Melodrama. Directed by John Hayden. Ambassador Theatre: 16 Sep 1935-Apr 1936 (closing date unknown/235 performances). Cast: George Anderson, Edmund Breese
(as "District Attorney Flint"; final Broadway role), Clyde Fillmore
(as "John Graham Whitfield"), Richard French, Verna
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The truly and deliberately evil men are a very small minority; it is the appeaser who unleashes them on mankind; it is the appeaser's intellectual abdication that invites them to take over. When a culture's dominant trend is geared to irrationality, the thugs win over the appeasers. When intellectual leaders fail to foster the best in the mixed, unformed, vacillating character of people at large,...
At the time of her death, she was working on the script for a television adaptation of her novel "Atlas Shrugged".