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Neither life nor happiness can be achieved by the pursuit of irrational whims. Just as man is free to attempt to survive by any random means, as a parasite, a moocher or a looter, but not free to succeed at it beyond the range of the moment - so he is free to seek his happiness in any irrational fraud, any whim, any delusion, any mindless escape from reality, but not free to succeed at it beyond the range of the moment nor to escape the consequences.

    -- Ayn Rand, "The Objectivist Ethics," The Virtue Of Selfishness


 

 

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Philosophy

* Aristotle
* Ethan Allen - Reason: The Only Oracle Of Man
* The Works of John Locke

Politics

* Thomas Paine
* Thomas Jefferson
* Patrick Henry: "Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death"
* The Federalist Papers
* Abraham Lincoln

Historical Documents

* Magna Carta - the first charter of English Liberty (1215)
* Declaration of Rights by Congress (1765)
* Declaration of Rights by Congress (1774)
* The Declaration of Independence of the United States of America
* The Articles of Confederation
* The Constitution of the United States of America
* The Virginia Resolution against the Alien and Sedition Acts (1798)
* The Kentucky Resolution against the Alien and Sedition Acts (1799)

Modern-Day Works

* Health Care Is Not A Right - Dr. Leonard Peikoff

Opinion

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* Publius

U.S. Government Links

* The United States Code - the complete set of Federal Law of the United States.
* Federal Government Web Sites - a collection of links to Congress and the burgeoning Federal Bureaucracy.

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