This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...icularly in television, observe the revolt against happy endings, the demands that the “bad guys” be given an equal chance and an equal number of victories.

Like a mixed econom
y, men of mixed premises may be called “gray”; but, in both cases, the mixture does not remain “gray” for long. “Gray,” in this context, is merely a prelude to “black.” There may be “gray” men, but there can be no “gray” moral principles. Morality is a code of black and white. When and if men attempt a compromise, it is obvious which side will necessarily lose a...
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