Motivating Youth: Some Psychic Considerations
by Adam Yarmolinsky - 1971
Military service is only one of the chores that needs to be undertaken in our society, and not necessarily the most important. But to get all these chores done, the author suspects that we have to renew our appeal to the sense of responsibility and to the sense of accomplishment that respond to challenges. In an affluent society where the most affluent class is the young, we can afford to rely less and less on the acquisitive instinct to get the chores done.
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