Editor's note: This article was originally written for members of the Institute for Objectivist Studies (the former name of The Atlas Society) in the IOS Journal, June, 1994. Although the specifics of this article are by now rather dated, we believe that the principles involved are still important to make clear. The particulars allow us to formulate a principle in its essentials, an unchanging policy that applies to all similar cases that arise over time.
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