Ancient Rome And The USA

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The United States of America has a great chance at becoming a superpower country. Its military, government, population, and land give the greatest advantage over other potential superpower countries. For example, we have a strong government leading powerful branches in our military. The foundation, our government is greater than others because the people determine who the best leaders are. In 509-27 B.C. Rome was at its best, they were strong. I think it's because the people at the time decided who would be the best to lead them. I think this method of government alone is an important factor in why Ancient Rome was so strong. In the U.S.A. today and in Ancient Rome back then both places had/have strong militaries. Both places had/have a strong

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