In Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card, is Colonel Graff more of an effective leader who cares about Ender or a selfish manipulative war criminal? Why?
Graff is undoubtedly manipulative. He intentionally drives the other kids away from Ender to isolate him, he convinces Ender that his fight against the Buggers is a simulation, and he frequently plays emotional games with the young boy. He also freely uses children in order to win the war, and does not hesitate to arm Ender with the weaponry to destroy an entire planet. All of this aside, I still believe that...
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