Julius Caesar's Betrayal

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I personally think that Julius Caesar dealt with betrayal pretty seriously. He didn’t want people to betray on him. He would rather betray on anybody if that was what it took for him to stand his ground as the dictator of Rome. An example of how he dealt with the betrayal is that he made sure the safety of him and his wife were at 100% after killing the other deceased king Pompey. He wanted to make sure that no one of the followers of Pompey would rebel on Caesar's victory. I partially agree and disagree 50/50 for how Julius Caesar deals with betrayal. I don’t 100% agree because he killed people to gain his power. You should only win votes by the citizens of your area, cause it’s the only fair way, but if you kill to get your way, that is where
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