From: Sally Grigg (
Wed Aug 1 17:21:16 2001

Probably no one wants to know but Machiavellian refers to an Italian "statesman" , politician, Chancellor who lived from 1469 to 1527 in Florence. He was known for plotting big, bad schemes to get what he wanted - power and money. He wrote many books on how to be successfully evil (my words, not his). And I used it in the context of some office politics that one of us was having to endure. It's actually a great word. Love , Sally

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