The Art of War

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406 reviews

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The Art of War by Sun Tzu is one of the oldest books on military strategy in the world. It has been translated in almost every language and used by military and business leaders alike. Students will read The Art of War for the first time in high school or college but will return to it time and again throughout their life as they face different challenges and opposition. Business leaders refer to the Art of War for strategy and competitive analysis. This version is a clear and easy-to-read version of the Art of War that you will want to keep in your library for many years.

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406 reviews
A Google user
February 21, 2012
This book can seem cryptic at times but has much to ponder about. I've read it two times already and gain something new each time. Definately a book I will read a few times a year.
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A Google user
February 11, 2012
Im pretty sure the art of war is 55 chapters not 55 pages. This must be a compacted version of the book.. Even with that said it is a book that conjurs thought. good read.
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The Soliloquist
March 9, 2020
By reading this book and thinking of our involvement in the region, the recognition comes to you that some of our enemies are the 'sagacious general' while we exemplify everything he describes as a doomed command.
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