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Command Authority excites readers with global threats, political corruption, and military tactics. Working for the CIA 30 years ago, Jack Ryan, Sr. discovered a secret KGB assassin whose true identity has yet to be revealed. In the present day, a new leader comes to power in Russia, and the mystery resurfaces. With the help of his son, President Jack Ryan, Sr. must act quickly to fight against the threat of Russian attacks. This review of Command Authority by Tom Clancy offers expert literary opinions of the story, characters, and overall read. As political unrest prevails in Russia, Jack Ryan, Jr. optimistically investigates the situation and heroically fights for the greater good. Tom Clancy demonstrates an excellent grasp of his audience in Command Authority and employs seamless plot transitions. With a solid knowledge base of military operations and equipment, Clancy weaves a realistic story based on actual political events. Command Authority received a balance of positive and negative reviews from critics, and this reading aid will show you exactly what to expect from this political thriller.

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