General George C. Marshall's Core Convictions & Ethical Leadership
by David Hein
It's a pity that few American university students know the name or accomplishments of George Catlett Marshall, Jr., a Nobel Peace Prize winner and Time magazine's Man of the Year in 1943. If he is remembered at all, it is only by way of two routes: One set of books and articles focuses on Marshall as a major figure in World War II and a statesman of influence in the immediate
postwar era. Another group of scholars has examined this historical record and distilled from the biography of George Marshall important lessons in prin . . .
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