This video of Elizabeth Warren at a campaign stop in Massachusetts has been making the rounds. In it, the Senate candidate discusses the meaning of so-called “class warfare” and speaks lucidly and eloquently to the sort of Rand-ian, “I am an island” Libertarian rhetoric that is so prevalent among tea party members and others on the right.

“There is nobody in this country who got rich on his own,” Warren says in the clip, “Nobody.” She shoots down the notion that the wealthy owe nothing back to society by pointing out that entrepreneurs and business owners rely on a vast array of public services and that part of the “social contract” is giving back to the society that has given them so much.

Watch the video, embedded via YouTube, below: