This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...ee of success or anything humanly desirable lies in dealing with those who are rational, whether there are many of them or few. If, in any given set of circumstances, any victory is possible at all, it is only reason that can win it. And, in a free society, no matter how hard the struggle might be, it is reason that ultimately wins.

Since he never drops the context of the
issues he deals with, a rational man accepts that struggle as to his interest — because he knows that freedom is to his interest. He knows that the struggle to achieve his values includes the...
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