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Probably the single most influential book of the Italian Renaissance was The Prince written by Niccolo Machiavelli. Machiavelli dedicated The Prince to the Medici family who were the rulers of Florence, one of the most powerful Italian city-states. He advised the “prince” to be a patriotic tyrant who would use force and cunning if necessary. His guide to how to rule a state was widely read by kings and queens who would rule Europe in the coming ages. Machiavelli’s writings and thoughts helped to form many other people’s ideas about government. Read more about this person to see if you agree with his ideas.
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