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Niccolò Machiavelli, born May 3, 1469, was the author of "The Prince." This work can be described as the handbook for dictators, as it states that it is better to be feared to be loved, and cruelty, if used well, is justified.
I am cutting both of your paychecks by 10% due to extra expenses the company must pay this month. We all must make sacrifices for the good of the company.
Why must he be such a Machiavellian leader?
The boss of the company is cutting the pay of his employees to allow for larger expenses to be paid, while not losing any profit himself. The workers think this is cruel and uncaring. Machiavellian refers to the requirement of a good leader to be feared, not loved, and cruelty is justified, if used well.
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