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  • So only the select few "ubermenschen" are left Georgia?

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  • If it didn't it wouldn't have gone viral so quickly, being passed all around the Street by brokers satisfied that someone is finally telling "Joe Mainstreet" what superior human beings -- what ubermenschen -- brokers really are.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: A Letter -- and a Challenge -- to an Anonymous Wall Street Whiner

  • In the collectivist "utopias" they are the only ones who have any wealth, and they are the "ubermenschen" and rule along side with the political deities of the realm:

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  • For the big-bucks ubermenschen of Atlas Shugged, sex is all about triumph, subjugation and the dominance of superior strength and will.

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  • Peters, now a spy novelist and columnist for Rupert Murdoch's New York Post, held nothing back in putting his spooky, Nietzchean ubermenschen worldview on display.

    Gregg Gordon: Blue-Collar Workers = The Taliban: John McCain's "Elitism" Problem

  • If we don't, the right wing corporate ubermenschen will be back with a bigger plan, a cannier mode of attack.

    Jane Smiley: The Unforgiven

  • When Sanders at the end of the film reveals his vitriolic, hate-filled ubermenschen philosophy in a soapbox rant, it is almost comic.

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  • Still, it's long been noted that these stern and statuelike portraits look like jut-jawed ubermenschen of color, and that there's a pitiless edge to their nobility.

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  • I'm convinced Rand's novels are best read when one is in their teens; it being the only time when one's general sense of social persecution is in synch with the universe she creates for her protagonists . . . ubermenschen whom no one ever fully understands or appreciates.

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  • If it did, firms would hire ubermenschen until, at the margin, the net bump was competed away by idiotic ubermenschen who weren't CEO material, but were well suited to be university chancellors.

    Archive 2007-11-01

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