"We are living in an age of miracles. They have become so commonplace that if a day passes without producing some new and wonderful accomplishment, we are inclined to worry about it. We wonder if maybe we aren't beginning to slip a little. At this point in the Twentieth Century, we have the miracles of television and nuclear energy andn rockets to the moon. Then there is the even greater miracle of mass production, to which we undoubtedly owe our very survival as a free nation. But now I want to point out to you another miracle. It may seem toyou to be a very minor one but, to my way of thinking, it may prove to be the most significant of them all. And that is the miraculous change which has occurred in the public attitude toward the American businessman - the Man with Three Bosses."
A Help-Your-Self Booklet, 1959