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Atlas Shrugged
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  • They spread for miles, from grass to brush to trees, with the motion and all the colors of fire; they seemed to celebrate an accomplished purpose, burning in unchecked, untouched abundance.
  • You, who’ve created abundance where there had been nothing but wastelands and helpless, starving men before you, have been called a robber.
  • This-may God forgive us!-was the brotherhood, the security, the abundance that the plan was supposed to achieve for us!
  • No, they were not able to deal with matter, to produce abundance, to control this earth.
  • …between a law of nature and a bureaucrat’s directive, that a hungry man is not free, that man must be released from the tyranny of food, shelter and clothing-all of it, for years, that the day might come when Nat Taggart, the realist, would be asked to consider the will of Cuffy Meigs as a fact of nature, irrevocable and absolute like steel, rails and gravitation, to accept the Meigs made world as an objective, unchangeable reality-then to continue producing abundance in that world.

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  • Farmers in the region enjoy good soil, moderate temperatures, and an abundant supply of water.
  • The country has abundant resources.

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