Barack v. Hillary: Maneuver Warfare

But Cassius and Brutus were the most gloriously conspicuous–precisely because their statues were not to be seen. Tacitus In looking at this election cycle, pundits have been talking about the importance of authenticity. “It is fatal for a politician to look fake. They must show that they believe in something with conviction. The public has grown tired of professional politicians.” But this is nothing new. The desire for authenticity in leaders comes and goes in cycles. John F. Kennedy benefited from this hunger and he also knew how to exploit it to maximum effect. He was not fake, but he

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