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Harper & Row, 1979 - Business & Economics - 530 pages
A systematic study, ranging from the salons of eighteenth-century Paris to the revolutionary cadres of the present century, views leadership as dialectic, synthetic, collective, and consciousness-raising and scrutinizes its causes and effects.

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User Review  - nicholasjjordan - LibraryThing

*Leadership* is virtually an encyclopedia of leadership, with a level of fine detail embedded in historical accounts. Yes, it’s dry and long. It’s also very good. Almost anybody interested in the subject would at least benefit from the final chapters. Read full review

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User Review  - HadriantheBlind - LibraryThing

Impressive overarching study of the types and effects of leaders. Essential to understanding the topic. Read full review


The Crisis of Leadership
The Power of Leadership
The Structure of Moral Leadership

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