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Quotes from Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand

“A morality that holds need as a claim, holds emptiness–non-existence–as its standard of value; it rewards an absence, a defect: weakness, inability, incompetence, suffering, disease, disaster, the lack, the fault, the flaw–the zero.”
— John Galt
Atlas Shrugged (Part 3, Chapter 7, Page 1,032)

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