Title: Generosity and Miserliness
|Date:||February 12, 2013|
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The hatred that occurs from this will soon lead to an overthrowing/assassination of the prince if he doesn't soon change his ways. If the prince does abruptly chance his ways and becomes a miser; his subjects that benefited from his generosity will grow restless and the ones that didn't will despise the prince more...
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reality; the prince needs to have everyone think he is very generous, which they will, when in fact he is being very stingy. His subjects won't realize it because they are not burdened with taxes and can use their money for other things which will help bolster the economy.
Miserliness will be looked down upon at first for the prince but soon his subjects will come to appreciate the prince's miserliness, his ability to expand the kingdom and to protect them without putting any strain on them...
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