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The Growth and Spread of Rome
<Tab/>Rome transformed from a city to one of the most powerful Empires of all time. The Roman Republic had many troubles, since the new constitution was not flawless and there remained powerful external enemies. Internally, one serious threat was the feuding of the leading families, many of whom commanded the support of large numbers of clients and used them on occasion to subvert the power of the state. Another was the struggle between the leading families as a whole and the rest of the population, especially the underprivileged groups (the plebeians).
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