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A couple of decades later, in 1959 after Fidel Castro (b. 108 And both Adolf Hitler (d. 33 Machiavelli in America 1945) and Karl Christian Rove (b. 1950; central Republican political operative) kept the book as bedside reading. Machiavelli’s inspirational legacy has lived on well into the twentieth century as a double-edged sword. G. Wells wrote a political novel entitled The New Machiavelli, Antonio Gramsci attempted to update Machiavelli from a Marxian bent into The Modern Prince, feminist theorists have created The Princess, and the leaders of both Nazi and Soviet totalitarianism lifted their hats respectfully to the Italian master of realpolitik.
112 Montesquieu in particular was an important bridge of Machiavellian ideas for the early American thinkers. As Paul Carrese noted in The Machiavellian Spirit of Montesquieu’s Republic: Montesquieu, and Machiavelli’s influence upon him, should not be remote concerns in liberal democracies. ”114 Contemporary neo-Conservative thinker Michael Ledeen (b. 1941) noted the similarities between the beginnings of America and the Florentine’s ideals: “There is much in Machiavelli that sounds like the American Founding Fathers .
67 Machiavelli wrote The Prince during 1513, a few months after his arrest, torture, and banishment by the incoming Medici regime. The accepted theory is that he penned the short treatise to ingratiate himself to Lorenzo di Piero de’ Medici (d. 1519) in a failed attempt regain his position in the Florentine government. 21 Machiavelli in America The Prince rose almost immediately to social importance due to its impertinently honest look at the civil world. The political program that Machiavelli developed appeared to work quite well.