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 Why do people still read The Prince by Machiavelli?

Answer Niccolo Machiavelli's "The Prince", written in 1532, is in essence a leadership manual. It consists of advice on how to gain and maintain power. The precepts set out by Machiavelli are not restric... Read More »
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What is The Prince about?

it changed the way people looked at politcs
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In the prince and the pauper what does the prince hide?

the Great Seal of England, On a table but not on purpose.
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Where did Niccolo Machiavelli go to school?

Although relatively little is known for certain about the early life of the Italian philosopher/writer Niccolo Machiavelli, he was the pupil of renowned Latin teacher Paolo da Ronciglione in his yo... Read More »
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Was Niccolo Machiavelli the oldest of his siblings?

No. He had two older sisters named Mary and Jackie and a younger brother named Mark. He was doted on because he was the first son in his family.
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