The Prince
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AIOS Publishing, 2020.
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    [synopsis] => The Prince was first published ca. 1512 and quickly, became a sensation in the court of the Medici. The book is now, seen as a manual for those interested in learning about, obtaining or keeping various levels of power and influence over a population. Machiavelli originally, presented his book as a gift to Lorenzo the Magnificent, son of Piero de Medici. Machiavelli's keen observation and study of human behavior, political power, and corruption grace the pages of his time-tested manual for princes, CEOs, presidents, upper-level managers and other power-hungry figures.
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