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The Prince; Utopia; Ninety-Five Theses: Address to the German Nobility…

by Charles William Eliot (Editor), Martin Luther (Contributor), Niccolò Machiavelli (Contributor), Thomas More (Contributor)

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This is volume 36 of the Harvard Classics series, an omnibus edition of Macchiavelli's The Prince, Thomas More's Utopia, and Martin Luther's Ninety-Five Theses. Please do not combine it with any of the individual works, or with any other omnibus that contains a different collection of works.
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