…it still is true that the young people of today in this country look to the people who have succeeded in spite of every handicap such as that, as their inspiration for doing things. I think we do not want to kill off that spirit of individualism. I use the term ‘individualism’; I know it is sneered at a lot, but I know if is still a respectable term and I think we ought to cultivate it instead of sneering at it.
John C. Gall, Associate Counsel National Association of Manufacturers, Washington, DC, 313-357, esp. 343, “Unemployment Insurance,” Hearings before the House Committee on Ways and Means, Mar. 21-24, 26-30, 1934.