This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...ights of Man — rights possessed by every individual man and by all men as individuals.

Property rights and the right of free trade are man’s only “economic rights” (they ar
e, in fact, political rights) — and there can be no such thing as “an economic bill of rights.” But observe that the advocates of the latter have all but destroyed the former.

> Remember that rights are moral principles which define and protect a man’s freedom of action, but impose no obligations on other men. Private citizens are not a threat to one another’s rig...
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