This is a quote from the book "The Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...ent Cuban crisis — when the factual issue concerned nuclear missiles and nuclear war — our diplomats and commentators found it proper seriously to weigh such things as the “prestige,” th
e personal feelings and the “face-saving” of the sundry socialist rulers involved.
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There is no difference between the principles, policies and practical results of socialism �
� and those of any historical or prehistorical tyranny. Socialism is merely democratic absolute monarchy — that is, a system of absolutism without a fixed head, open to seizure of power by all...