Madeleine Kunin: Neighborliness, Not Social Darwinism for USA
In commentary at huffingtonpost.com this morning, former Vermont governor Madeleine M. Kunin writes about the American-ness of unity and cooperation as opposed to a doctrine of winner-take-all competition that is behind the most mean-spirited attitudes encountered too often these days. Read her thoughts here.
One Response to Madeleine Kunin: Neighborliness, Not Social Darwinism for USA
Yes, it feels like we stopped caring. My husband and I were talking about ‘once upon a time’, companies use to care about their employees wellbeing, because they loved their business and what it did. For my husband, the owners are now another holding firm, who have no clue or care what he manufactures. They have no pride or value for the product. It’s not ‘their baby’. The whole place could be liquidated tomorrow with no concern for all the hard work and development in their systems. They’re in the business of making money, and nothing else.