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"In this short of tightly argued work, Hoopes presents a clear thesis: George W. Bush has misunderstood and misused his moral authority as president….Hoopes argues that a misguided moral superiority animates decision making in the Bush White House, blinding them to the perils of abusing power….Highly recommended. General readers and all undergraduates."
"Hoopes, a Babson professor, takes the position that the prevailing cult of moral leadership is at least partially to blame for Bush's mistakes….Harvard's 1970s b-school curriculum would have emphasized a CEO's duty to lead through moral influence, Hoopes believes….Hoopes spends the rest of the book addressing those questions--though many of his readers will already have strong opinions about the answers."