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[4] Therefore it is the duty of a commander to contrive this for those who have chosen him for general. For anything more honourable than that is not easy to find, or anything more disgraceful than its opposite.”

By these reflections on what constitutes a good leader he stripped away all other virtues, and left just the power to make his followers happy.

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