This is a quote from the book "The Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
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A European architect of my acquaintance was talking, one day, of his trip to Puerto Rico. He described — with great indignation at the universe at large — the squalor of the
Puerto Ricans’ living conditions. Then he described what wonders modern housing could do for them, which he had daydreamed in detail, including electric refrigerators and tiled bathrooms. I as
ked: “Who would pay for it?” He answered, in a faintly offended, almost huffy tone of voice: “Oh, that’s not for me to worry about! An architect’s task is only to project what should b...