How Did Julius Caesar Become A Dictatorship

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Julius Caesar 
Julius Caesar and Brutus did not agree on the future government of Rome so Brutus ultimately killed Caesar.
A. “As a rule, men worry more about what they can 't see than about what they can.” -Julius Caesar 
B. We have been learning about Julius Caesar in class for weeks and by the time you get done reading this essay you might agree with me. 
C. After you get done reading this you will gain more knowledge about giving one man so much power for one country can cause so much trouble. 
D. I disagree, in Julius Caesar the rulers break and bend the rules one after another, Julius Caesar was a powerful man that was seen as a threat, brutus didn’t agree with having Rome as a dictatorship, and in result Brutus kills Caesar in fear of Rome falling apart and becoming a dictatorship instead of a republic. Julius Caesar was a powerful man that was…show more content…
A. He was scared that once Caesar got the crown that he would change the way he behaves and his perspective on things. 
B. Brutus and Caesar were friends but Brutus said its not that he doesn 't love Caesar but he loved Rome more. 
C. Cassius was also persuading Brutus into believing that Caesar had to much power and didn’t need anymore. 
D. Conspirators fueled Brutus’ fears of Caesar ending the republic. Conclusion
A. I disagree, in Julius Caesar the rulers break and bend the rules one after another, Julius Caesar was a powerful man that was seen as a threat, brutus didn’t agree with having Rome as a dictatorship, and in result Brutus kills Caesar in fear of Rome falling apart and becoming a dictatorship instead of a republic.
B. This is a main event in history that has effected Rome in all the years to follow. 
C. Now that you have read this essay you have learned about having so much power that it can turn you against your friends. 
D. “I have lived long enough to satisfy both nature and glory.” - Julius

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