Machiavelli: Cynic, Patriot, Or Political Scientist?

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Heath, 1960 - Political science - 111 pages
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IMMORAL CYNIC OR LIBERAL REALISTS
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MAX LERNER
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MACHIAVELLI THE PATRIOT
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