Those women who, despite possessing skills, talents, and qualifications desired in the workforce, dedicate themselves to their families and their communities do their husbands an enormous favor. By allowing their men the privilege of supporting them and their family, they confer the feeling of being needed that men yearn for. In addition, those fortunate men enjoy added incentive to succeed financially. To them, work is no longer selfish and intrinsically valueless. Because it is for the benefit of others, it has become noble. No higher motivation to succeed exists.
Rabbi Daniel Lapin, "America's Real War," pg.186