Queen Elizabeth I
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This essay examines Queen Elizabeth I and analyzes her approach to governing. The author compares her style of leadership to Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar, discusses how Machiavelli would have viewed her political tactics and strategies and explains her influence on the modern world. The paper concludes that Elizabeth I was England's greatest queen, for her style of rule, successful domestic and foreign policies, and personal courage and determination enabled her to unite her people, defeat Spain and set England on a course for future greatness.
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