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"Every lesson is established on a model of personal power, a network of personality, character, and credibility; and firmly rooted in trust as its foundation."

Or should it be

"Every lesson is established on a model of personal power; a network of personality, character, and credibility; and firmly rooted in trust as its foundation."

I'm thinking there should be semi colons because the lessons are established on 3 things: a model, a network, and trust which are then all expanded upon.

Or should there be no semicolon at all?

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  • For easier comprehension, I would be inclined to punctuate (and slightly reword) the sentence as follows: "Every lesson is established on a model of personal power—and a network of personality, character, and credibility—and is firmly rooted in a foundation of trust."
    – Sven Yargs
    May 27 '21 at 20:36

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