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The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire

Summary: Essay explores the rise and fall of the Roman Empire by discussing the four factors that lead to their success.
The four factors that influenced Rome's control over the Mediterranean Sea were leadership/government, overall attitude, military, and location. Each of these factors has a number of aspects to ascertain and dispute. Lasting hundreds of years, the Roman Empire contributed to virtually all first-rate countries today. Rome seems to have foretold the potential growth of the world from rise to fall.

The most important factor in making Rome such a successful culture is the unique government and ideal leaders of the Roman Empire. Rome had a masterful government. It was composed of plebeians and patricians. Rome was organized in an almost democratic government with excellent leaders. To be a good leader, one needs to have a precise plan. A typical plan to create a utopia (or perfect society) includes having clever tactics, having ultimate power, and finally giving all of your faithful subjects a chance to live and...

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