This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...nd always to seek a compromise, any compromise in any conflict — as, for instance, between an aggressor and an invaded country.

Observe, in literature, the emergence of a thing c
alled anti-hero, whose distinction is that he possesses no distinction — no virtues, no values, no goals, no character, no significance — yet who occupies, in plays and novels, the position 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...
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