nuggets of insights throughout the book. This book has application to psudo-war situations like business and coaching.
The deep thought and crisp articulation.
clear and emotionally delivered; the author couldn't have read it any better.
I would listen to a passage and then have to spend an hour in thought; extemely impactful.
Every returning soldier should read plus every politician who votes to send troops into harms way. But it should also be read by business executives as it has as much bearing in this less extreme world.
For an author known for excellent research he violates his own "let the facts" speak for themselves by adding biased condemnations such as Teddy's goons or Teddy's thugs. Clearly Teddy R was a racist but this should have been presented factually rather than through the filter of our current views on the evils of racism. It made all the historical ramifications appear to be solely race motivated as opposed to power hungry or empire creating. And what happened to the Imperial Cruise, hardly ten paragraphs even discussed Princess Alice and Taft's trip.
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