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The Modern Prince

Author: Carnes Lord
Publisher: Encounter Books
ISBN: 1641770112
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What do leaders need to know in order to be effective? Carnes Lord—a political scientist with extensive experience at high levels of American government—here offers witty and trenchant counsel to both leaders and the citizens who elect them. Exploring such issues as leadership in war and crises, diplomacy, intelligence, the media, and the role of political advisors, Lord enumerates the major challenges confronting modern leaders and offers practical advice on how leaders should deal with them. The Modern Prince anticipates—at times in startling fashion—the situation facing the Donald Trump administration in an ongoing political drama that has few precedents in the history of the republic.

The Modern Prince

Author: Midas Jones
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781434841483
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The Modern Prince isn't intended for everyone. It is a provocative and challenging book. It will ask you to reconsider things that you have taken for granted all your life. It will change your view of the human race and human behavior. It will challenge your ideas about life, love, luck, good, evil, hatred, scorn, and loyalty. It will change your view of the men and women around you. It will challenge your idea of yourself. It will tell you that if you wish to change your life for the better, then you must change your self for the better too. It will also tell you how to get what you want and how to keep what you get. This little book of advice is based on another little book of advice, "The Prince," written five hundred years ago by Niccolo Machiavelli. In "The Modern Prince: Better Living Through Machiavellianism," I have imagined how a modern Machiavelli might address similar advice to modern Americans.

Jabez Oliphant Or The Modern Prince A Novel

Author: John Holme Burrow
Publisher: Palala Press
ISBN: 9781359395566
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The Modern Prince And The Modern Sage

Author: Ananta Kumar Giri
Publisher: SAGE Publications India
ISBN: 8132104234
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Ever since the Renaissance in the thirteenth century, the ‘prince’ has been the dominant archetype of ‘being’ and ‘becoming’. Power and politics have provided the modern world with determinant frames of self-constitution and social emancipation, along with a singular definition of ‘freedom’. In this context, The Modern Prince and the Modern Sage: Transforming Power and Freedom is concerned with rethinking and transforming the concepts of ‘power’ and ‘freedom’ in discourse, society and history. This book draws from various sources—traditions of wisdom, creative experiments in socio-political theorizing and spiritual mobilizations—and brings together voices of struggle and movements for creative transformations from around the world. It addresses epochal issues of our times such as responsibility and shared sovereignties and appeals to a wide readership in humanities and social sciences and would be of interest to all seeking souls and movements. It will also be an invaluable reading resource for students and researchers of social and political theory, philosophy, sociology, anthropology, development studies, cultural studies and religious studies.

The Modern Prince

Author: Justin O'Brien
Publisher: Merlin Publishing
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One man's quest for power in Ireland's modern political structure

The Modern Prince And Other Writings

Author: Antonio Fo Gramsci
Publisher: Synergy International of the Americas
ISBN: 9781934568293
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Antonio Gramsci has become, over the years, the most beloved intellectual of left minded thinkers and actors. His views on 'hegemony', 'oreganic intellectuals' and his conceren for 'unity of theory and action' are considered his greatest contributions to the socialist/communist movements. Even left-popularism of these modern days can apply these views. Gramsci had a good slice of anarchism by distrusting the center of any organisation, political party and government. He is the father of democracy and communism. Modern majority worker-ownership movements can attribute their existence to Gramsci as well as Marshall Tito in the Balkins. The fascist dictator Mussoline had Gramsci imprisoned for 11 years in the 1920's and 30's where he continued to write in code as his health worsened. He was released from prison and died soon afterwards. A Collector's Edition.