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The Prince
Niccolò Machiavelli
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The Prince
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Machiavelli’s classic treatise on how to tyrannize one’s subjects.

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Introduction
Youth
Office
Literature and Death
The Man and His Works
The Prince
Dedication
I: How Many Kinds of Principalities There Are, and by What Means They Are Acquired
II: Concerning Hereditary Principalities
III: Concerning Mixed Principalities
IV: Why the Kingdom of Darius, Conquered by Alexander, Did Not Rebel Against the Successors of Alexander at His Death
V: Concerning the Way to Govern Cities or Principalities Which Lived Under Their Own Laws Before They Were Annexed
VI: Concerning New Principalities Which Are Acquired by One’s Own Arms and Ability
VII: Concerning New Principalities Which Are Acquired Either by the Arms of Others or by Good Fortune
VIII: Concerning Those Who Have Obtained a Principality by Wickedness
IX: Concerning a Civil Principality
X: Concerning the Way in Which the Strength of All Principalities Ought to Be Measured
XI: Concerning Ecclesiastical Principalities
XII: How Many Kinds of Soldiery There Are, and Concerning Mercenaries
XIII: Concerning Auxiliaries, Mixed Soldiery, and One’s Own
XIV: That Which Concerns a Prince on the Subject of the Art of War
XV: Concerning Things for Which Men, and Especially Princes, Are Praised or Blamed
XVI: Concerning Liberality and Meanness
XVII: Concerning Cruelty and Clemency, and Whether It Is Better to Be Loved Than Feared
XVIII: Concerning the Way in Which Princes Should Keep Faith
XIX: That One Should Avoid Being Despised and Hated
XX: Are Fortresses, and Many Other Things to Which Princes Often Resort, Advantageous or Hurtful?
XXI: How a Prince Should Conduct Himself So as to Gain Renown
XXII: Concerning the Secretaries of Princes
XXIII: How Flatterers Should Be Avoided
XXIV: Why the Princes of Italy Have Lost Their States
XXV: What Fortune Can Effect in Human Affairs and How to Withstand Her
XXVI: An Exhortation to Liberate Italy from the Barbarians
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