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HarperCollins, 1979 - Business & Economics - 530 pages
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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  - J Wesley - Goodreads

Leadership is a secondary source history/political science book drawing on historical examples, psychology, and some philosophical concepts on governance. Burns goal with the book is to establish a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Vivien Espinosa - Goodreads

Transformational leadership = easy to understand. Lots of historical background. Read full review

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