And then there’s something dirtier still—the people who pander to that curiosity.
Either pander to everybody’s wishes and be called corrupt; or impose on everybody by force your own idea of everybody’s good.
It would mean doing for you what I did for Peter Keating: lie, flatter, evade, compromise, pander to every ineptitude—in order to beg of them a chance for you, beg them to let you live, to let you function, to beg them, Roark, not to laugh at them, but to tremble because they hold the power to hurt you.
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Don’t pander me.
The politician pandered to the extremists to win the primary.