This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...formerly held by a hero, with the story centered on his actions, even though he does nothing and gets nowhere. Observe that the term “good guys and bad guys” is used as a sneer — and, part icularly in television, observe the revolt against happy endings, the demands that the “bad guys” be given an equal chance and an equal number of victories.

Like a mixed econom
y, men of mixed premises may be called “gray”; but, in both cases, the mixture does not remain “gray” for long. “Gray,” in this context, is merely a prelude to “black.” There may...
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