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Under the division of labor, the structure of society rests on the shoulders of all men and women. Bureaucracy pp. 77-78 Division of Labor
It is by virtue of the division of labor that man is distinguished from the animals. It is the division of labor that has made feeble man, far inferior to most animals in physical strength, the lord of the earth and the creator of the marvels of technology. Liberalism p. 18 Division of Labor
Economic history is the development of the division of labor. Nation, State, and Economy p. 134 Division of Labor
Now the greatest accomplishment of reason is the discovery of the advantages of social cooperation, and its corollary, the division of labor. Omnipotent Government p. 121 Division of Labor
Every expansion of the personal division of labor brings advantages to all who take part in it. Socialism p. 261 Division of Labor
Originally confined to the narrowest circles of people, to immediate neighbors, the division of labor gradually becomes more general until eventually it includes all mankind. Socialism p. 279 Division of Labor
The greater productivity of work under the division of labor is a unifying influence. It leads men to regard each other as comrades in a joint struggle for welfare, rather than as competitors in a struggle for existence. It makes friends out of enemies, peace out of war, society out of individuals. Socialism p. 261 Division of Labor