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Identifying evidence
therefore, one who becomes a prince through the favour
of the people ought to keep them friendly, and this he can
easily do seeing they only ask not to be oppressed by him.
which statement explains the reasoning and evidence
used to support the claim that a principality created by
the people is easier to rule?
the argument uses deductive reasoning and logical
evidence in the form of a historical example to
support the claim.
nabis, prince of the spartans, sustained the attack of all
greece, and of a victorious roman army, and against
them he defended his country and his government; and
for the overcoming of this peril it was only necessary for
him to make himself secure against a few, but this would
not have been sufficient had the people been hostile.
- the prince,
niccolò machiavelli
the argument relies on logical evidence in the form
of a historical example to draw a general conclusion
that supports the claim.
the argument uses both deductive and inductive
reasoning that relies on anecdotal evidence to
support the claim.
the argument presents empirical evidence in the
form of statistics to form deductive reasoning and
support the claim.

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