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Adamant Aggressors: How to Recognize and Deal with Them by Bruce D. Thatcher is the first book in the History Speaks Today series. It focuses on analyzing the adamant aggression of infamous historical figures and concludes invaluable lessons and discussion for influential policymakers in America today.
Adamant Aggressors: How to Recognize and Deal with Them is a ‘must-follow’ guideline that can and should be read by anyone; political intellectuals, policymakers, future scholars, and laymen. Adamant Aggressors is a very comprehensive and thorough book in aggression analyses. It is highly readable with Thatcher’s efficient and methodical approach on each adamant aggressor’s case, including Hitler and Stalin. The lessons may not be the silver bullets in terms of making the best choices right away, but as a whole, they are perfect boosts that we all need in terms of decision making. The only minor flaw is that the quality of several images included in this book, especially the maps, could be better. Nevertheless, this is perhaps the most important material in terms of history and theory of political science so far.
You can imagine if significant decision-makers take serious note of it and have the will to address their methods, based on what they learn from Thatcher’s work, the world might be in a better shape in the near future. In Thatcher own words, “It’s time we put these lessons of history to practical use, bettering the world we live in and our position in it.”