Ayn Rand Reviews Children’s Movies - The New Yorker

by ParentCo. May 04, 2015

“Mary Poppins” A woman takes a job with a wealthy family without asking for money in exchange for her services. An absurd premise. Later, her employer leaves a lucrative career in banking in order to play a children’s game. —No stars.
Source: Ayn Rand Reviews Children’s Movies - The New Yorker via Shelburbia.


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