…we have got into the habit of thinking and talking as though work were in itself a boon. So deeply is this idea implanted in the common mind that we maintain a policy based on the notion that the more work we do for foreign nations and the less we allow them to do for us, the better off we shall be.[p. 130, 1]
George, Henry. (1934) 1981. Social Problems. New York: Robert Schalkenbach Foundation. ISBN: 0–911312–17-X.