Hank Rearden on Justice

“A prisoner brought to trial can defend himself only if there is an objective principle of justice recognized by his judges, a principle upholding his rights, which they may not violate and which he can invoke.”

— Hank Rearden in Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, Part II, Chapter IV

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1 Comment

July 10, 2009 · 1:00 pm

One response to “Hank Rearden on Justice

  1. notbeenthere

    I can read that book over and t over again… my favorite. Unfortunately I dont presonally know anyone who’s read it.

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