This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...efits which public science or public industry or public concerts will bring to the unborn.

Soviet Russia is the clearest, but not the only, illustration of the achievements of coll
ectivized mentalities. Two generations of Russians have lived, toiled and died in misery, waiting for the abundance promised by their rulers, who pleaded for patience and commanded austerity, wh ile building public “industrialization” and killing public hope in five-year installments. At first, the people starved while waiting for electric generators and tractors; they are still sta...
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