This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...�� is the ethical standard, then one man’s desire to produce and another man’s desire to rob him have equal ethical validity; one man’s desire to be free and another man’s desire to ensl ave him have equal ethical validity; one man’s desire to be loved and admired for his virtues and another man’s desire for undeserved love and unearned admiration have equal ethical validity . And if the frustration of any desire constitutes a sacrifice , then a man who owns an automobile and is robbed of it, is being sacrificed, but so is the man who wants or “aspires to” an au...
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