Ayn Rand's: A Short Story Of How Talented People

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s is a great story of how talented people become acknowledged by the mundane people. The main idea of the characters is to prove that they can be useful for humanity benefits and that people shouldn’t fear them. Instead, they need to distinguish them from the normal people and accept their talent as an individual and as a group, recognizing them as a way for improvement in all aspects in the world. As we see on the book the humanity needs to understand they aren’t evil people or either will do immoral things, their main aim is for the best. As a matter of fact, the society would be missing a lot of great things by not exploring those talents "Breed like to like, strengthen strong genetic Talent traits and develop, not the super race of omniscient,