Putting Caesar to death was the wrong choice! "Julius Caesar", by Shakespeare
Would a real man conspire against a friend or would a good citizen kill a leader before expressing concern to him? The conspirators that put Caesar to death were not only slayers of the democratic system and awful friends that did not try to verbally talk problems out with him, but people that were no more human than Caesar himself. The conspirators also did not consider all of the numerous excellent things that Caesar did for the benefit of Rome, nor his sympathetic spirit. If I had been approached in 44 B.C. to kill Caesar, I would have taken a totally different approach to stopping the…
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