Rearden did not believe the bill would pass. He was incapable of believing it. Having dealt with the clean reality of metals, technology, production all his life, he had acquired the conviction that one had to concern oneself with rational, not the insane - that one had to seek that which was right, because the right answer always one - that the senseless, the wrong, the monstrously unjust could not work, could not succeed , could do nothing but defeat itself.

— Ayn Rand (1905-1982) Russian-American Writer and Philosopher  

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