Machiavelli' - For Nicolo Machiavelli, a successful prince...

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For Nicolo Machiavelli, a successful prince of a governed state is one who is an authoritarian and rules with a swift hand . The prince is herded in an hereditary line that has a boundary that cannot be crossed, for the people of the principality can only know one rule under one family . But the main problem with this dictatorship is not addressed by Machiavelli. The common people, who by themselves make up the majority of the rule in a governed state will never stand idly by for centuries while a dictatorship persists. This knowledge is well-bred in the Marxist view of government and it has reared its ugly fangs throughout centuries of history in the world. Machiavelli writes it in his own script: “People are by nature changeable” ( Prince ) . Since the people are changeable the rule of the state is changeable as well. Evidenced by centuries of overthrow, a hereditary rule in the modern world cannot persist, and therefore must be adhered when reading Nicolo Machiavelli’s Prince in the present state of our world. The last gaps of supreme dictatorship through a successful country ran out after
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Machiavelli' - For Nicolo Machiavelli, a successful prince...

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