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On Grand Strategy

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A master class in strategic thinking, distilled from the legendary program the author has co-taught at Yale for decades.

For over 20 years, a select group of Yale undergraduates has been admitted into the year-long "Grand Strategy" seminar team-taught by John Lewis Gaddis and Paul Kennedy. Its purpose: to provide a grounding in strategic decision-making in the face of crisis to prepare future American leaders for important work. Now, John Lewis Gaddis has transposed the experience of that course into a wonderfully succinct, lucid and inspirational book, a view from the commanding heights of statesmanship across the landscape of world history from the ancient Greeks to Lincoln, and beyond. A thrilling experience for history lovers and a necessary one for anyone serious about the art of leadership, On Grand Strategy is the very definition of a master class.

©2018 John Lewis Gaddis (P)2018 Penguin Audio

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training manual for the waste of time

Pullitzer prize winner, a "training manual for our troubled times" states The Times...not for me:
this book is a bit boring and the reader doesn't really help, for the waste of time I took the trouble to write these few lines.
Terrible boring semplification about fox/hedgehog characters throughout history: nothing special, not a lot of inspiration.
For some historic perspective read Jared Diamond Guns, germs & steel instead!