The Breakdown of the Republic by Thomas Humphrey
The Romans built one of the most extensive empires in the history of the world. The fall of a republican system to a dictatorship was gradual and was brought about by many different factors. One major aspect which was vital to the breakdown was the advent of physical force into the political arena. This violence or imposed violence for political gain caused instability and paved the way
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