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He cites William Hazlitt on developing one's own strength by testing it against others: "A Man who shrinks from a collision with his equals or superiors will shrink below himself." (19) This observation is echoed by Marshall Saxe, who asks that the assurance with which he expresses his opinions not be taken amiss by "experts": "They should correct them; that is the fruit I expect of my work." (20) Eisenhower is quoted (in fact, slightly misquoted) on the importance of enlisted men talking naturally to officers so that the "product of their resourcefulness becomes available to all." (21) For the officer uninterested in or unconvinced of the value of dialogue, Marshall offers two observations.