Bernstein on the Olympic Games

Ayn Rand Institute writer Andrew Bernstein has published an op-ed on the Olympic games, titled “Representing the Best.” The article begins:

The Olympic Games could only have been born (and reborn) in a culture that venerates individual human achievement and worldly success.
The return of the Olympic Games to the country of their birth is an appropriate reminder of their deeper meaning. The Ancient Greeks founded the games because they valued the spectacle of a great athlete striving for victory.

See the full article in the Washington Times.