"I hold that business progress has been the handmaiden of constructive social change. The environmental conditions in which people work, play, and bring about social progress are for the most part a direct product of the increasing opportunities which occur when people, working in business, become more productive and more proficient. Social change thrives on business progress. Business progress reflects the process of change. It makes continuing social change inevitable and it enables social change to become social progress.

Roger M. Blough
President, U.S. Steel Corp.
1968