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Being a real leader means accepting responsibility for failures and crediting others in victories

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If character is doing the right thing when nobody is looking, World War II Supreme Allied Commander Dwight Eisenhower radiated it on the eve of D-Day, writing "any blame … is mine alone” in remarks to be delivered “In Case of Failure.” In making one of history's toughest and most consequential decisions - unlike those chronicled in former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's new memoir Hard...

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