Review | In his new book, James Comey calls for ‘ethical leadership.’ But does he live up to it?
Review of "A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership" by James B. Comey
In this morning’s Washington Post, I review A HIGHER LOYALTY by James Comey. Thanks to the newsroom honchos for putting a book review on A1
"Comey isn’t just the kind of writer who quotes Shakespeare, but the kind who quotes himself quoting Shakespeare.”
My review of A HIGHER LOYALTY by James
Reviewing Comey's book,
perceptively holds the author to his own standards for ethical leadership and, at times, finds he doesn't measure up
Classsic review by
. Stop and read! You won’t be disappointed.
Daniel W. Drezner
This is a splendid
review of Comey’s book. Too many good lines to quote.
Daniel W. Drezner
“The lawman as thought leader.”
This question feels timely again: “In his new book, James Comey calls for ‘ethical leadership.’ But does he live up to it?”
“Comey isn’t just the kind of writer who quotes Shakespeare, but the kind who quotes himself quoting Shakespeare.”
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Heidi N Moore
Excellent, analytical review of Comey’s book by
"Comey isn’t just the kind of writer who quotes Shakespeare, but the kind who quotes himself quoting Shakespeare."
When you review Jim Comey’s book, you wake up the next morning with some choice email messages...
While you’re watching the Comey interview, here is a handy-dandy review of his book from today’s Washington Post...
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Thanks to the kind folks at
for having me on this morning to talk about the Comey memoir. Here's my review of A HIGHER LOYALTY
Thanks to the delightful folks at
in San Francisco for having me on to talk about the Comey book. Here's my review of A HIGHER LOYALTY