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Phantasy that come up from the philosophical legacy of Ayn Rand developed in the forties and fifties known as objectivism and whose main outreach work, "The Fountainhead", borrowed the language of architecture.Objectivism, an egothistic ethical system which denies altruism and any kind of collectivism. Represents itself as a laissez-faire capitalism with a strong individualism and a cheap sparkling touch of romanticism: great men and women, bounded to no other shaping the world for better.Rand's philosophy declined in the period of the postwar era but far away from disappearing resurfaced with greater force in the early nineties. According to the Congress Library one of his books, "Atlas Shrugged", was the second most influential book in the United States, second only to the Bible. And the group most influenced by his epic heroism and morality based on selfishness were the entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley. Creators of computers, biotechnology, software, internet and digital networks. Much of them named their companies and even their children based on her life and work. Set up reading groups to spread her ideas and above all the saw themselves as randiand heroes.