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The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene
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Aug 29, 2011

it was amazing

Learn the technicalities of deception and manipulation because it is commonly used against unsuspecting and innocent people. People in positions of influence and power(e.g., professors, psychologists, police, lawyers, directors, supervisors, etc.) misuse these techniques to deceive and manipulate others into fulfilling an ulterior agenda.

The author elucidates in fine detail about the machinations of deceit.

The majority of the professors and staff I had foul experiences with at The University of Texas at Austin utilized these ominous and unethical power-mongering stratagems. Beware of The Dean of Students Office and various unethical academic programs that hide festering corruption behind a smokescreen of legitimacy.
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