Question: Like it or not, we all must live together. It is impossible to ignore the physical manifestations of market rationality. Cities are ugly and sprawling, and there is nothing I can do to escape without participating in a system I hate. Land is expensive. My ability to pursue my own happiness is inhibited by the logic of capitalism. Is it possible to be an Objectivist and simultaneously despise capitalism?
Question: What sort of relationship should a person have with his family?  
Question: How there can be a harmony of interests among people. Aren’t there all kinds of conflicts of interests?
Question:  I'm having trouble finding examples of the Objectivist assertion that throughout history wars and bloodshed have been caused because of the ideal of being your brother's keeper.

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