Gaius Julius Caesar was a superior leader who stood above the rest even after his untimely death. He was both an intellectual and courageous. These characteristics gave him an early lead in his political life. He not only changed the lives of Romans of his time, but also left his imprint on the world for centuries to come.
Being an intelligent and very well educated man, it was not difficult for Caesar to gain respect
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but his ideas can be credited with shaping the democratic world of today.
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