Charisma: A Blighted Concept and an Alternative Formula
William Spinrad examines the attribution of "charisma" as an explanation of a political leader's popularity. Discussing specific examples that appear in the literature, he surmises that designating the nature of a political leader's personality as charismatic adds little to understanding political success.
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