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" It is terrifying to me. I could not possibly do the same thing day in and day out, but to other minds, perhaps I might say to the majority of minds, repetitive operations hold no terrors. In fact, to some types of mind thought is absolutely appalling.... "
My Life and Work - Page 101
by Henry Ford, Samuel Crowther - 1922 - 289 pages
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Progress: Fact Or Illusion?

Leo Marx, Bruce Mazlish - History - 1996 - 232 pages
...line: Repetitive labour— the doing of one thing over and over again and always in the same way — is a terrifying prospect to a certain kind of mind. It...where the creative instinct need not be expressed. . . . There is no reason why any one with a creative mind should be at a monotonous job, for everywhere...
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Autopia: Cars and Culture

Peter Wollen, Joe Kerr - Social Science - 2002 - 400 pages
...with the following words: . . . repetitive labour - the doing of one thing over and over again - is a terrifying prospect to a certain kind of mind. It is terrifying to me. 1 could not possibly do the same thing day in and day out, but to other minds, perhaps I might say...
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American Vanguard: The United Auto Workers During the Reuther Years, 1935-1970

John Barnard - Business & Economics - 2005 - 608 pages
...workers were well-suited to the mindless character of their tasks. "I could not possibly," he boasted, "do the same thing day in and day out, but to other...some types of mind thought is absolutely appalling. . . . The average worker, I am sorry to say, . . . above all ... wants a job in which he does not have...
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