• It is possible that an individual may be successful, largely because he conserves all his powers for individual achievement and does not put any of his energy into the training which will give him the ability to act with others. The individual acts promptly, and we are dazzled by his success while only dimly conscious of the inadequacy of his code.

    Jane Addams, Charlene Haddock Seigfried (2002). “Democracy and Social Ethics”, p.63, University of Illinois Press