The dignity of work
Winston Churchill was broke and needed a bailout. Mikhail Gorbachev did a Pizza Hut commercial. Here's what happens when smart people need to swallow their pride. Plus 7 other things worth reading.
When Nazi Germany invaded France, and Winston Churchill became the prime minister of Great Britain, he had a big personal problem: He was flat broke.
Between his debts and overdue taxes and even the interest he had to pay "on his large overdraft," according to Mark Archer in The Wall Street Journal, he was in big trouble.
Fortunately, an Austrian-born En…
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