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Parallels
The Consequences of a Mad King

A man of vociferous opinions, few consistent, Kaiser Wilhelm II was confident of his universally superior knowledge. This confidence was not matched by an ability to read briefing materials or master policy details.

Published on: October 10, 2019
Jay Weiser is Associate Professor Emeritus at Baruch College.
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