The Politics of Life

The Politics of Life

25 Rules for Survival in A Brutal and Manipulative World

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Baker & Taylor
Inspired by the work of sixteenth-century philosopher Nicolo Machiavelli, a guide to surviving the politics of today's predatory society identifies twenty-five controversial rules of conduct, in a lighthearted resource that features such titles as "Life is a Filthy Battle for Control" and "Love Helps, but Fear Motivates."

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Inspired by the famed sixteenth century philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli, The Politics of Life offers 25 pithy rules for surviving the politics of everyday life. The rules will at times seem harsh and cruel, perhaps even immoral. But that is what comes with the turf when you are learning to deal with others as they actually behave, not how you imagine them!

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& Taylor

Inspired by the work of sixteenth-century philosopher Nicolo Machiavelli, a guide to surviving the politics of today's predatory society identifies twenty-five controversial rules of conduct.

Natl Book Network
Politics is not just for politicians. So many of us say we hate politics, but we play politics every day. Whether maneuvering for a better table at a restaurant or pushing for a promotion, we are always using power plays for control-the essence of politics. The Politics of Life lays out 25 rules for playing politics beyond government-at work, in your family, among your friends, and against your enemies.

Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield : Distributed by National Book Network, c2007
ISBN: 9780742552500
0742552500
Characteristics: xi, 163 p. ; 22 cm

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