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by Tapiwa
(Harare )

Thomas Carlyle does consider Education, environment and upbringing as factors contributing to molding leaders. Hence Spencer's argument becomes irrelevant.

These indeed help the leader rise when he is confronted by the appropriate situation.

However, its wrong to attribute great leadership to males alone.

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