This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...lives of the very men who are to provide that “desirable” goal — the doctors.

After centuries of civilization, most men — with the exception of criminals — have learned t
hat the above mental attitude is neither practical nor moral in their private lives and may not be applied to the achievement of their private goals. There would be no controversy about the mora l character of some young hoodlum who declared: “Isn’t it desirable to have a yacht, to live in a penthouse and to drink champagne?” — and stubbornly refused to consider the fact that he...
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