This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...m will lose in that particular encounter.

(c) Responsibility. Neither man has the moral right to declare that he doesn’t want to consider all those things, he just wants a job. H
e is not entitled to any desire or to any “interest” without knowledge of what is required to make its fulfillment possible.

(d) Effort. Whoever gets the job, has earned it (as
suming that the employer’s choice is rational). This benefit is due to his own merit — not to the “sacrifice” of the other man who never had any vested right to that job. The failure to ...
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