Jane Galt

Now and then, a person must go out on a limb and take a stand. Throw caution to the wind in his face, and make bold a prediction of staggering obviousness. He must, when the bell tolls, ask not for whom it tolls, but ask what he can do about it. The legions of certainty must be stirred to action in a cauldron of fortitude, and the dogs of war must be whelped.

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