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Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of production and trade...

("Atlas Shrugged")


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Your eyes are as a flame, but our brothers have neither hope nor fire. Your mouth is cut of granite, but our brothers are soft and humble. Your head is high, but our brothers cringe. You walk, but our brothers crawl. We wish to be damned with you, rather than blessed with all our brothers. Do as you please with us, but do not send us away from you.
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God... a being whose only definition is that he is beyond man's power to conceive.
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She thought: at this moment, the glass stem between his fingers feels just like the one between mine. We have this much in common.
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Until and unless you discover that money is the root of all good, you ask for your own destruction. When money ceases to become the means by which men deal with one another, then men become the tools of other men. Blood, whips and guns--or dollars. Take your choice--there is no other.
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You'd let the whole world perish rather than soil that immaculate self of yours with a single spot of which you'd have to be ashamed.
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It's so graceless, being a martyr. It's honoring your adversaries too much.
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