Ancient Rome Essay | Ancient Rome's Political Power Struggles

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Ancient Rome's Political Power Struggles

Summary: Discusses the power struggle between aristocrats in the ancient Republic of Rome. Describes the advanced political structure developed by the patricians. Compares it to American democracy.
The greedily controlling political agenda of today's world would not shock the aristocratic Senate of Rome if they were to stroll onto the floor of the Congressional or Senate House in Washington D. C. The Roman aristocrats were characterized by a strong desire to gain and possess control of their constituents of monarchial states and peasant communities from the beginnings of its formation of a three tier government with presumed checks and balances; whereas, opposing classes have clashed. The Roman Republic had a vague relationship with its constituents which would result in hundreds of years of turmoil for them all (Wood 1).

The Republic of Rome came into play after being tormented by the farewell king of Rome, Tarquin the Proud. The aristocratic nobility of Rome overthrew the tyrant and began the long trudging construction of a government which came to amaze historians for centuries. A...

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