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"Let me by the child in that story and declare that the Emperor is naked—or that America is culturally bankrupt." (Chapter 1, For the New Intellectual, 3)

"But Aristotle's philosophy was the intellect's Declaration of Independence." (Chapter 1, For the New Intellectual, 20)

"The first society in history whose leaders were neither Attilas nor Witch Doctors, a society led, dominated and created by the Producers, was the United States of America." (Chapter 1, For the New Intellectual, 23)

"A free mind and a free market are corollaries." (Chapter 1, For the New Intellectual, 23)

"Who are to be the New Intellectuals? Any man or woman who is willing to think. All those who know that man's life must be guided by reason, those who value their own life and are not willing to surrender it to the cult of despair in the modern jungle of cynical impotence, just as they are not willing to surrender...

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