According to Thomas Carlyle "a man willing to work and unable to find work is perhaps the saddest sight that fortune's inequality exhibits under the sun." Carlyle was correct in emphasizing the words "willing to work" and "inability to find" constitute the very basis of correct reasoning concerning unemployment in so far as Insurance can be of service.
Huebner, Solomon S. PhD, "Unemployment Insurance" (1934). Solomon S. Huebner Documents. 160.