IV. How Should Fiscal Adjustment Be Carried Out?
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The most welcome way of increasing revenue would be for the prince to abolish superfluous expenditure, to disband redundant offices, to avoid wars and foreign tours, … to check the acquisitiveness of officialdom, and to pay more attention to the just administration of his territory than to its expansion.

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