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" But the vast majority of men want to stay put. They want to be led. They want to have everything done for them and to have no responsibility. "
My Life and Work - Page 97
by Henry Ford, Samuel Crowther - 1922 - 289 pages
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The Smart Set, Volume 70

George Jean Nathan, Henry Louis Mencken - 1923
...responsibility and the additional work which goes with the higher places." The vast majority of men, he says, "want to stay put. They want to be led. They want...everything done for them and to have no responsibility. . . . The difficulty is not to discover men to advance, but men who are willing to be advanced." The...
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Aldous Huxley's Brave new world

Berthold Thiel - Literary Criticism - 1980 - 346 pages
...Ähnlich auch Crome Yellow, 3.130 und Antic Hay, S.92. 44 Ford, S. 99: "the vast majority of men... want to be led. They want to have everything done for them and to have no responsibility." Vgl. auch ebd., S.10f. und S. 103. 45 Ähnlich auch S. 165, 168-170 und S.60. 46 Proper Studies, S....
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The Book of Management Wisdom: Classic Writings by Legendary Managers

Peter Krass - Business & Economics - 2000 - 492 pages
...workman is more interested in a steady job than he is in advancement. Scarcely more than five percent of those who work for wages, while they have the desire...spite of the great mass of men, the difficulty is 175 not to discover men to advance, but men who are willing to be advanced. The accepted theory is...
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H.L. Mencken's Smart Set Criticism

H. L. Mencken - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 349 pages
...responsibility and the additional work which goes with the higher places." The vast majority of men, he says, "want to stay put. They want to be led. They want...everything done for them and to have no responsibility. . . . The difficulty is not to discover men to advance, but men who are willing to be advanced." The...
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