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Great Leaders Create Great Armies

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of the short story "Ender's Game" by Orson Scott Card.
"An army of one" This is the famous quote that is read and heard by millions on the Army commercials that run on millions of televisions and radios across the country. In Ender's Game Ender tries to make an army of little Ender's by making them see things through his eyes. In an army many elements are needed for it to become successful. Some of these elements are: trust, courage, strength and unity. When armies are created they need all of these key building blocks to succeed. Trust and unity are perhaps the most important of these elements.

When Ender first embarked on his journey to battle school he was much unprepared for what was going to happen to him. Although this is true, I feel that Ender was extremely adaptable. Within weeks he had figured out what to expect and how the school ran...

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