By Juan Gomez Casas, Abe Bluestein

This the 1st English-language background of the Federación Anarquista Ibérica, strains its background again to its founding and follows its improvement in the course of the the most important civil conflict years. "Casas brings specific skills to the duty of chronicling the background of the F.A.I.the attempt is rewarding."--Social Anarchism

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Anarchist Organisation: The History of the F.A.I.

This the 1st English-language historical past of the Federación Anarquista Ibérica, strains its heritage again to its founding and follows its improvement in the course of the an important civil struggle years. "Casas brings designated skills to the duty of chronicling the background of the F. A. I. the hassle is worthwhile.

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The Romans, in order to hold Capua, Carthage, and Numantia, destroyed them, but did not lose them. They wanted to hold Greece in almost the same way as the Spartans held it, leaving it free and under its own laws, but they did not succeed ; so that they were compelled to destroy many cities in that province in order to keep it, because in truth there will state, 18 THE PRINCE 19 no sure method of holding them except by ruining them. And whoever becomes the ruler of a free city and does not destroy it, can expect to be destroyed by it, for it can always find a motive for rebellion in the name of liberty and of its ancient usages, which are forgotten neither by lapse of is time nor by benefits received, and whatever one does or provides, so long as the inhabitants are not separated or dispersed, they do not forget that name and those usages, but appeal to them at once in every emergency, as did Pisa after being so many years held in servitude by the Florentines.

And investigate thoroughly this necessary to order things so that when they believe, they can be made to believe by force. Moses, Cyrus, Theseus, and Romulus would not have been able to make their institutions so it is no longer THE PRINCE 23 observed for so long had they been disarmed, as happened in our own time to Fra Girolamo Savonarola, who failed entirely in his new rules when the multitude began to disbelieve in him, and he had no means of holding fast those who had believed nor of compelling the unbelievers to Therefore such men as these have great believe.

Aggrandise the duke his son, Alexander VI. had to meet very great difficulties both present and future. In the first place, he saw no way of making him ruler of any state that was not a possession of the Church. And in attempting to take that of the Church, he knew that the Duke of Milan and the 26 NICCOLO MACHIAVELLI Venetians would not consent, because Faenza and Rimini were already under the protection of the He saw, moreover, that the arms of Venetians. Italy, especially of those who might have served him, were in the hands of those who would fear the greatness of the pope, and therefore he could not depend upon them, being all under the Orsinis and Colonnas and their adherents.

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