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The 48 Laws of Power, a Review

Summary: Reviews the book, The 48 Laws of Power, written by Robert Greene. Critiques Greene's lengthy writing but applauds the text's content.

The book The 48 Laws of Power written by Robert Greene talks about forty-eight different rules to achieving more power, written for many different situations. One example of this is the various ways of becoming more of a social leader or to the extreme, even a dictator. The book was designed to take advantage of the mistakes, misfortunes, as well as the commendable work of others. The design of the book comes from famous people like: the great leader Napoleon, King Lewis the fifth, Jesus, and countless others. There were three trends that reoccur over and over, shown through stories of these people. These three trends are, make the new leader look first-class, always appeal to others, and direct others to their own demise.

Although the book covers a lot of material, it tends to center mainly around one main idea: be appeasing to one's...

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