Listening to a raging antifa protester, a young man; boy really, I recalled words placed on paper long ago, and they were apropos: “The boy had no inkling or any concept of morality; it had been bred out of him by his college; this had left him an odd frankness, naive and cynical at once, like the innocence of a savage.” [i]
[i] Atlas Shrugged, Published by Penguin Group―DUTTON, NY; Copyright © Ayn Rand, 1957. Copyright renewed 1985 by Eugene Winick, Paul Gitlin and Leonard Peikoff. Introduction copyright © 1992 by Leonard Peikoff. On Page 362.