Julius Caesar Influence

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To start off, when someone thinks of power, they think of a person who controls someone of something. Julius Caesar may have been the person to have the most of that power in all time. Julius Caesar, a well-known Roman dictator, impacted the destiny of the nation that he lead by expanding the Roman Empire. Author’s can use various genres of literature as a proactiv tool in educating people in many ways. Various genres of literature can be used a proactive tool in learning in many ways including having a profound effect on the reader. This makes the literature, whatever type it is, more interesting.
To begin, Julius Caesar made a decision that influenced Rome forever. That decision was to expand Rome further into Europe. This made some people happy, and some people sad. Also, it influenced people in different ways including forcing some citizens of Rome into unemployment. However, it didn’t just change Rome, it changed the world forever.
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They wanted a better and bigger place to live. Caesar also shined bright like a star to the people of Rome. Calm and savvy in his military campaigns, Rome citizens loved Caesar very much because of the way he presented himself. On the other hand, however, Caesar’s impacts on Rome weren’t always good, because sometimes he was seen as a heartless man with no mercy. In the end, a few people that had a suspicious feeling that Caesar was cold-hearted and did not care about anybody came together and assassinated him. Even though Caesar was killed because people thought he only cared about himself, many would disagree by saying he was kind and gentle, and was never mean to anyone. “Indeed, the actions that he took over his time in power showed his devotion to Rome and his wish to bring stability and prosperity to the city.” (Fife web). Even though Caesar made some citizens happy and some sad, this was not his only affect on

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