Henry Ford Quote

The average man won't really do a day's work unless he is caught and cannot get out of it. There is plenty of work to do if people would do it.


Quoted in The Zanesville Sunday Times-Signal [Zanesville, Ohio] (15 March 1931): On reasons for the Great Depression

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The average man won't really do a day's work unless he is caught and cannot get out of it. There is plenty of work to do if people would do it.

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The average man won't really do a day's work unless he is caught and cannot get out of it. There is plenty of work to do if people would do it.

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The average man won't really do a day's work unless he is caught and cannot get out of it. There is plenty of work to do if people would do it.

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The average man won't really do a day's work unless he is caught and cannot get out of it. There is plenty of work to do if people would do it.