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Chapter i: the kinds of p rincipalities and the means by. Chapter i i: hereditary p rincipalities: chapter i i focuses on methods to govern and maintain principalities. I t is easier to govern a hereditary state than a new principality for two main reasons: first, those under the rule of such states are familiar with the prince"s family and are therefore accustomed to their rule. even if a strong outsider succeeds in conquering a prince"s hereditary state, any setback the outsider encounters will allow the prince to reconquering the state: chapter i i i: mixed p rincipalities. he cannot maintain the support of these people because he cannot fulfill all of their expectations that their situation will improve. but he also cannot deal too harshly with them because he is in their debt. Immediately after taking power, the prince is in danger of losing his newly gained principality. www. notesolution. com.

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