Talk:Rose Wilder Lane
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- Happiness is something that enters our lives through doors we don't remember leaving open.
- I am now a fundamentalist American; give me time and I will tell you why individualism, laissez faire and the slightly restrained anarchy of capitalism offer the best opportunities for the development of the human spirit.
- The longest lives are short; our work lasts longer.