This is a quote from the book "The Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...represents and is delegated to him by their voluntary choice, for a specific, delimited purpose — as in the case of a lawyer, a business representative, a labor union delegate, etc.
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/> A group, as such, has no rights. A man can neither acquire new rights by joining a group nor lose the rights which he does possess. The principle of individual rights is the only moral base
of all groups or associations.
Any group that does not recognize this principle is not an association, but a gang or a mob.
Any doctrine of group activities that does...