Julius Caesar: The Fall Of The Roman Republic

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Like a gentle breeze before a storm, no one saw a new era arising. In the first century, Rome was still a republic. The power was still in the hands of the senate who were selected by Roman citizens. Yet Caesar 's youth was founded by an unstable Rome. An element of disorder ruled the Republic, which had discredited its nobility and seemed unable to handle its considerable size and influence. Order was tossed away for anarchy and only force was right. The only man capable of becoming the leader needed was Julius Caesar. Julius Caesar initiated the end of the Roman Republic and the beginning of the Roman empire through his leadership, military expertise, and innovations.
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