The Internal Conflict of Brutus

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Brutus seems to obey whatever the Romans ask of him. He is such an honorable man, he agrees to join in the conspiracy to kill Caesar. Brutus tells the other conspirators to all agree that they will do this for freedom and the good of Rome. One of the main complaints he had about Caesar was that he treated the Romans as slaves and was too ambitious...
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Brutus seems to obey whatever the Romans ask of him. He is such an honorable man, he agrees to join in the conspiracy to kill Caesar. Brutus tells the other conspirators to all agree that they will do this for freedom and the good of Rome. One of the main complaints he had about Caesar was that he treated the Romans as slaves and was too ambitious...
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