How to Rule the World by Andre de Guillaume
A Handbook for the Aspiring Dictator

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Everyone wants to rule the world, but only a precious few have the skills to create an ironclad plan of attack. Simple, direct, and delightfully unprincipled, this guide to ruling the world contains tales of global power mongering from every age and endeavors to show dilettante dictators and tyrants-to-be just how it’s done. Tips are provided on creating a personal flag, what type of puppet government to establish, how to squelch free speech, and, most important, how to handle enemies. Also included are humorous full-color illustrations, sidebars on admirable despots, and self-quizzes that allow readers to see if they have what it takes to conquer the world. This fun college graduation or father’s day gift is perfect for those who have their hearts set on world domination.

About Andre de Guillaume

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André de Guillaume attended the Royal Military College at Sandhurst in England, where he learned to march with authority, tell people what to do, and appreciate fine wines. His attempted coup in the Cashman Islands was foiled, but his dictatorship tendencies remain untarnished.
Published May 1, 2003 by Chicago Review Press. 144 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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This premise of How to Rule the World is just so hilarious that it's hard for the book to live up to the funniness of its title.

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