Socialists took to arguing that in a communist society, people would work anyway for the mere joy of labor. Mises explains the problems of relying on the "joy of labor" as a motivating device and than explains the crux of the stimulus to labor.
It is the duty of the citizen of the socialist commonwealth to work for the community according to his powers and his ability: in return he has a claim against the community for a share in the social dividend. He who unjustifiably omits to perform his duty will be recalled to obedience by the usual methods of state coercion. The economic administration would exercise so great a power over individual citizens that it is inconceivable that anyone could permanently withstand it.
|WE WILL NOT LET YOU DO A BAD JOB!|
Here is another:
|BUILD LIKE YOU WOULD FOR YOURSELF!|
I cannot help noticing the blatant symbolic message: You are a worker bee in the massive Soviet Hive.