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    Here is a more relevant example of practical use.

    "Management by direction and control—whether implemented with the hard, the soft, or the firm but fair approach—fails under today’s conditions to provide effective motivation of human effort toward organizational objectives. It fails because direction and control are useless methods of motivating people whose physiological and safety needs are reasonably satisfied and whose social, egoistic, and self-fulfillment needs are predominant."

    With Continuous (or Selective, if you will) Highlight I could omit the part enclosed in the em dashes. So the highlight would look like this...

    "Management by direction and control … fails under today’s conditions to provide effective motivation of human effort toward organizational objectives. It fails because direction and control are useless methods of motivating people whose physiological and safety needs are reasonably satisfied and whose social, egoistic, and self-fulfillment needs are predominant."

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