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  1. says:

    A wide array of very good content probably the only book that compiles all these subjects in one place But repetitive and poorly edited Should probably be half as long as it isNote I read this book as part of the curriculum for the Advanced Analysis Course that is directed by Gen Hall


  2. says:

    This was difficult to read for two reasons One its unnecessarily written like a text book or technical document Two if you are an analyst and have been for a number of years this book is dated Meaning all the revolutionary thoughts on intelligence in the book have already been accomplished; and not in any way how the author thought they would It took me a very ling time to read this one I found in later chapters the author reaffirming earlier points to a fault If you are interested in intelligence books check out others I have reviewed on my bookshelves I would not recommend this The only reason this book would be needed is if you viewed the contents and wanted to learn about a specific chapter or part of the contents Reading this whole book is silly because its not even relevant I think it was in the late 90s and early 2000s but the author is so far off the mark is laughable A final thought the points the author makes are simple conclusions intelligence would have made anyway through practice and trail and error The idea we need a native culture expert is presented as revolutionary really thats just common sense


  3. says:

    Despite some interesting bits here and there this book seemed full of truisms and trivialities and occasionally outright woo I can't say I learned all that much of substance


  4. says:

    Such a great Book


  5. says:

    Niños de seguridad altamente recomendado un buen compilado de todas las teorías locas ue he ido avanzando


  6. says:

    pretty good


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