Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for January 19, 1986
Teacher: Wisdom! Wisdom! Student: "Wisdom recieved." Student 2: "Wisdom recieved." Teacher: Of course in his deliberations on American capitalism, Hamilton could not have forseen the awesome private fortunes that would be amassed at the expense of the common good. Take the modern example of the inventor of the radar detector. In less than 10 years he made $175 million selling a device whose sole purpose is to help millions of people break the law. In other words, Sal: Maybe the fuzzbuster's a form of libertarian civil disobedience, man. You know, like a blow for individual freedom. Teacher: I..I don't believe it. Sal: Believe what man? Teacher: A response! I finally got a thinking response from one of you and I thought you were all stenographers! I have a student! A student lives! Who are you lad? Where did you come from? Don't be frightened. Sal: What's the deal here? Am I in trouble?