The Protestant work ethic is often credited with helping to define the societies of Northern Europe and other countries where Protestantism was common (for example, the Scandinavian countries, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States of America). Writer Frank Chodorov argued that the Protestant ethic was long considered indispensable for American political figures:
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...and if the people that make up the nation represent a majority then that is what the nation primarily is. If you deny that then you are arguing that nothing is pure since nothing is 100%. To argue that the majority does not define a nation is ridiculous. That means that Israel is not a Jewish State since Christians and Muslims live there in a minority. That dogs aren't carnivores because sometimes they eat grass to help their digestive system... etc.