Comparing Alexander The Great And Attila The Hun

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“Is it better to be feared or loved” Did you know the most successful rulers have been Loved by their subjects? Well if you said yes you're right. Looking back into history examples of the most dominant rulers out the following Alexander the Great and attila the Hun they all had a name to be praised for. They were all powerful and conquering and accomplished much achievement in their specific era of reign. This Goes to show why being loved as a ruler is better rather than being feared. If you're loved as a ruler you will have more advantages to things such as power over the people not just power but absolute power. “King Alexander the Great” was loved by his people, but feared by his enemies. The reason he was so successful is because he had all his people on board and they all praised him as a courageous fighter and a strong leader. He battled for the people and with the people he ravaged villages burned down towns and conquered all of Persia. The people loved this because they were gaining wealth gaining
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Those that our feared most likely weren’t as succesful as those that were loved. They were so scared of their leader that they had no respect or couldn’t function together as a community. It is also better to be loved because if your loved by all you won’t run into troubles or any problems now or down the road. You won’t have to fear for you’re life or ever feel like your in danger. You will be protected by your subjects in times of need. No one will doubt you because they respect you and know you to be better than that. You won't ever be lied to or betrayed. You'll never be alone you will always have companions and people that adore you praise you and most of all love you for example, Alexander the Great was loved by his subjects and he was one of the most successful leaders of his time so was attila the Hun so that concludes it is better to be loved than

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