Washington Post 2-26-18



More on leadership in Washington:

*Mueller and Trump: Born to wealth, raised to lead. Then, sharply different choices. (The Washington Post)

*How Trump stacks up against the best — and worst — presidents (The New York Times)

*Trump’s ‘tougher on Russia’ claim fits a pattern of striving to one-up Obama (The Washington Post)

*Trump’s takeover of conservatism is complete and total (Politico Magazine)

*The political playbook for 2018: Get angry, then get elected (The Washington Post)

*How long can John Kelly hang on? (The New York Times)

*Michelle Obama’s memoir will be called ‘Becoming’ (The Guardian)

More on leadership in business and elsewhere:

*The CEO who stood up to President Trump: Ken Frazier speaks out (The New York Times)

*The big impact of a little rudeness at work (The Wall Street Journal)

*The case against Google (The New York Times)

*Delta and United join companies dumping the NRA (Bloomberg)

*Warren Buffett breaks down the lessons he learned from his hedge fund bet (Business Insider)

*What the data says about women in management between 1980 and 2010 (Harvard Business Review)

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