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Steven Pressfield, The Virtues of War: A Novel of Alexander the Great Quotes: A cavalryman's horse should be smarter than he is. But the horse must never be alowed to know this.
         

A cavalryman's horse should be smarter than he is. But the horse must never be alowed to know this.


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