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Is our goal victory, or to raise the standard of achievement? In sports the goal is victory, though the standard may be raised. In the larger sphere of life the goal of leadership is to establish new standards for achievement that uplifts an entire nation, civilization, even mankind as a whole. In that case, victories may result along the way as in the case of Russia's victory over Napoleon. When Russia was hopelessly challenged a new standard had been set by Germany's poet Friedrich Schiller who was already dead at the time, by whose higher standard of humanity Russia's victory was won. That's an example of leadership. - Research by Rolf Witzsche based on the work of Mary Baker Eddy and Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr.. This book is Volume 6B, of the research series, Discovering Infinity. The book was developed during the 1980s, first published in 2003, and modified thereafter. The reprint made available her is of the latest edition.