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I think not. Masking ambitions runs the risk of violating public performance standards that underlie the accumulation or depletion of leadership capital. The public appears to prefer leaders who combine competence and integrity, not those for whom the two are inversely related. Leaders unable or unwilling to risk honesty with the public deplete their own capital when caught, while also depleting the reserve of social trust and capital on which they must often draw. ” Yet, ambition unanchored by the capacity for fidelity to deeply held values and ideals runs the risks of grandiosity or dishonesty.
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America's 2nd Civil War: Political Leadership in a Divided Society by Stanley Renshon