This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...ssion onto his own collectivist base. Observe that he does not ask: “Should anything be done?” but: “ What will be done?” — as if the collectivist premise had been tacitly accepted and all that remains is a discussion of the means to implement it.

Once, when Barbara Branden was asked by a student: “What will happen to the poor in an Objectivist society?” —
she answered: “If you want to help them, you will not be stopped.”

This is the essence of the whole issue and a perfect example of how one refuses to accept an adversary’s p...
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