It's great that Americans live in a wealthy country—one with a welfare state so big that Americans now worry about poor people getting fat. But what makes most people happy is not comfort. It's earned success, success you struggle for. Struggling requires grit, writes John Stossel, and there's no better time to learn about true grit than childhood.
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