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Quote of the Week: Dinesh D’Souza, “Letter to a Young Conservative”

Dinesh D'SouzaThe people in democratic society empower their government to act in their interest. Why should their elected representatives be neutral between their interests and, say, the interests of the Somalians? To ask a nation to ignore its own self-interest is tantamount to asking it to put aside the welfare of its people.

▪ Dinesh D’Souza, Letter to a Young Conservative (Basic Books, 2002) extract from page 207.

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