The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance Quotes

Russell Roberts
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"Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers" (Chapter 1, p. 8).

"How could a man reward greed, yet honor a movie dedicated to the principle of people before profits" (Chapter 1, p. 13).

"But the more you limit people's choices, even in the name of helping them, the more responsibility you take away from them" (Chapter 3, p. 26).

"Part of the essence of being human is making choices. It's anticipating the future and being aware of the costs and benefits of our actions" (Chapter 3, p. 29).

"But when we start treating adults like children, we start taking away the essential human challenge of coping with uncertainty and making decisions" (Chapter 3, p. 30).

"Teaching, despite a widespread belief to the contrary, takes a lot of energy. Especially if you want to do it right" (Chapter 5, p. 42).

"It's easy to blame the system, but it's in your hands. Unless you want to have your cake and...

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