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Ch. 1 - The Riddle of the Enemy

#15: July - Aug. 2004 (Non-Fiction)

Re: Clausewitz and fantasy ideology

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Mr. P,After reading more of Harris, I'm starting to think I'll be using not only "oversimplification" alot but also, like you said, "unsubstiated theories". In either case, it is a fun read.Clausewitz is definitely worth the study. On War can get tedious in the later parts as he spends a lot of time in the details of fighting, so skiming in places might be called for. You don't want to skip them in their entirety because there is still good stuff there.
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