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48 Laws of Power

by Greene Robert

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Robert Greene is a sharp writer with a deep understanding of power hierarchies in our society. He writes on strategy and power and loves to reference historical figures such asOtto von Bismarck, Louis XIV, Talleyrand, Catherine the Great and others in order to illustrate real-world application of his points. Robert also clearly and repeatedly states in his books he hopes readers will use their insights on power for good, something I agree with.

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do not judge your opponents by dieir intentions but by the effect of dieir actions

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do not judge your opponents by dieir intentions but by the effect of dieir actions

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It is only natural for people to cover up their actions with all kinds of justifications, always assuming that they have acted out of goodness

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Remember: The best deceivers do everything they can to cloak their roguish qualities. They cultivate an air of honesty in one area to disguise their dishonesty in omers. Honesty is merely another decoy in their arsenal of weapons. PART II: USE SMOKE SCREENS TO DISGUISE YOUR ACTIONS Deception is always the best strategy, but the best deceptions require a screen of smoke to distract people's attention from your real purpose. The bland

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