This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...bers, slave-labor camps, the mass slaughter of countless millions in Soviet Russia — and the bloody horror of East Berlin, including the bullet-riddled bodies of fleeing children.

> When one observes the nightmare of the desperate efforts made by hundreds of thousands of people struggling to escape from the socialized countries of Europe, to escape over barbed-wire fences , under machine-gun fire — one can no longer believe that socialism, in any of its forms, is moti- vated by benevolence and by the desire to achieve men’s welfare.

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