I agree. I bet she would believe that you have to work for your dreams not just be handed them to you.
She probably would admire the rags to riches stories like Coco Chanel, Andrew Carnegie or Slumdog Millionaire.
Although I don’t think she would be a complete capitalist. She would still be fine with some welfare in order to ensure people would have the ability to carry out their dreams.
On another note, Rarity is also a successful of self help books like How to Be an Entrepenur, How to Dress for Success with Little Money or How a Small Town Filly Became a Fashion Icon (and How You Can Be One Too)
The School of Friendship’s curriculum includes fables of animals. Unlike the human world where fables are considered for children, for Equestrians fables are also meant for adults to teach them valuable lessons about adulthood. The Fables of Pets is quite popular for its good morals in a fun way, Angel’s mischevious antics delivering some black comedy being a favorite among readers. The real Angel demands royalties in lifetime supplies of carrots.
This could make her Starlight’s surrogate annoying younger sister if you prefer them to be platonic.