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Machiavelli and the President Lately the president of the United States Bill Clinton has pursued some policies that have been very unpopular not only with the general public but the electorate as well Besides the whole Monica ordeal he feels that these unpopular policies will effect the results of the next election The presidential advisors have formulated countless plans but no plan has seemed to work One idea would be to leave the unpopular policies as they are because of the president and advisors belief that they are the best for the country Another option would be to just present the unpopular policies in a new way to maybe change public opinion on them Still another would be to just ignore the policies and concentrate on the election No matter what option if any should be chosen one must be thought up quick and it must not only address the problem but solve it and fast Since I have recently learned about Machiavelli and his work titled The Prince I feel his opinions would help to influence some decisions for the president and his advisors A first and very important view of Machiavelli would be his view of the prince and his advisors It is an infallible rule that a prince who is not wise himself cannot be well advisedp117 As it is up to the prince to be well advised it is also up to the president to be well advised as well The presidents advisors as well as the president are not sure what actions to take which in Machiavellis view would not be a good characteristic of a leader and as a result would not help gain friendship of the people Good relationship with the people is one of his greatest points because without the people there is no leader The leader the president must have the support of the people and if
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