Prior to losing the election of 1912, he helped the U.S with by doing anything he could to uphold America and its citizens. He also aided in American access to the Panama Canal. On economical terms, Roosevelt was the trust-buster, breaking all of the bad trusts in big businesses. He also was the president who enforced the Sherman Antitrust Act. Socially, he preserved millions of acres of land, entitling citizens to interact and have leisure time, and wildlife to prosper.
This would help him raise a greater army that would help cement him as a note worthy roman leader. Without mercy, he took the rest of Gaul up to the river Rhine. While this was happening he kept up with politics and had agents in Rome acting on his behalf. Around 56 B.C, the First Triumvirate was having problems. Pompey, who once desired Caesar 's growth, was now skeptical about how much power he was obtaining.
Julius Caesar started life in a family who already had a fair political standing. He quickly climbed the Roman political system, while gaining the people 's approval. Before Caesar was at his peak, he was taken hostage by Cilician Pirates. Caesar had many opportunities in life, but he decided to take them. Caesar was born on the 12 or 13 of July, 100 B.C.. His Parents, Gaius and Aurelia Caesar, were already a politically important family, because they belonged to the Marian faction.
Brutus and Antony make speeches for Caesar’s Funeral and out of the two Antony is the stronger speaker. This is because he uses the rhetorical strategy Pathos and on example is the following quote, “He hath brought many captives home to Rome Whose ransoms did the general coffers fill...When that the poor have cried, Caesar hath wept...Yet Brutus says he was ambitious; And Brutus is an honourable man”(Act III, scene ii, line 1631-1632, 1634-1635, 1637-1638). Here, Antony has just started using Pathos by showing that Caesar did great things for Rom and that he knows how the people feel. The reason why it’s Pathos is because Antony makes Caesar seem relatable and that he cares about the people. Thus, making it appeal to the people emotions
Glory was a value inherent to Roman society. Plutarch expertly compared Caesar to Alexander in Lives through their respective quests for glory. Caesar was driven to conquer new lands in his pursuit for glory: “Caesar had long ago resolved upon . . .
Is Alexander the Great really THAT great? Did all of his successes actually benefit the world? And did the people of Greece really like having Alexander as King? Or did they favor the Persian king over him? Alexander the Great did not only conquer several places that did not need conquering but also killed innocent people who did not agree with him.
Rabin and Caesar both served in their country's military rapidly climbing up the militant ladder. Rabin became Chief of Staff of his army and Caesar led the Roman armies to countless victories. Both Caesar and Rabin lead their countries with aspiring roles. Caesar became Dictator of Rome and Yitzhak Rabin became Prime Minister of Israel growing their country's economy and prosperity. Both men had adept negotiation skills.
Even though Caesar made sure his enemies feared him, Caesar could somehow inspire his men to build a bridge that was the longest back then in ten days. The author of “Dictator for life” convinced the readers that Caesar both inspired loyalty and was ruthless because of the many actions Caesar did to his enemies and to inspire huge loyalty into his troops to have them build a bridge in ten days. The author convinces the readers that Caesar was both ruthless and inspired loyalty by telling the readers all the actions he did and what his troops could do when they were loyal to him. The author convinces the readers that Caesar is ruthless to his enemies on many occasions. Caesar was ruthless because he could kill many enemies, like when the Germans and the Veneti resisted Rome spreading into a bigger empire, he had his
But Alexander didn’t stand down, he built a land bridge to the city, therefore causing him to lose many men due to the counter attacks, though he kept building and smashed through the city and succeeded in overthrowing them (DOC C). Another aspect you need to be a hero is leadership, Alexander was a great leader, when he took over Tyre he showed leadership by not giving up when they refused to surrender. (DOC C). Alexander led his empire well and took over much land, but even after he died, his empire lasted 10 years together before they split up (DOC E). His leadership shows that he was a great ruler and a brave
One of the most famous of these individuals was the general Julius Caesar. Born of a powerful noble family, the young general was the first to change the shift of the conquered lands for Rome. Caesar shifted northward, away from the mediterranean towards Gaul (modern day France) and brought victory to Rome. Caesar, still suffering a high from victory, decided to create his own triumph and paraded his troops into Italy to be welcomed as a hero by the masses. These actions by the general completely disregarding the law, created by the republic, that stated that generals would not lead troops within Italy proper.