Many collectivist historians criticize the Constitution of the United States on the ground that its authors were rich landowners who, allegedly, were motivated, not by any political ideals, but only by their own “selfish” economic interests. This, of course, is not true. But it is true that capitalism does not require the sacrifice of anyone’s interests. And what is significant here is the nature of the morality behind the collectivists’ argument.

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