The Work Ethic

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Everyone says they believe in the work ethic, but often what they really believe in is wealth and that to get wealth without the trouble of work seems better than work without the reward of wealth. But this view is mistaken--it is a corruption of a virtue essential to a free republic--not least because participating in the working life establishes a kind of equality that upholds a culture of equal dignity and respect.

The Work Ethic, by Russell Muirhead by Hoover Institution

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