Marvin interrupted. “Suppose I don’t want to spend my life on anti-Communist work but I feel — a calling to fight the Communists on as many fronts as I can. Am I an altruist then?”
“Yes,” Lee said. “And you are contaminating freedom. You’re putting someone else’s interests — the anti-Communist cause — on a higher order than your own. In that way you are rejecting the moral dimension of liberty.”
“Balls,” Woodroe permitted himself.
p. 237, Getting it Right, William F. Buckley