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Was the Death of Caesar for the Good of Rome?

Summary: Debates if the death of Caesar was good for Rome. Questions if an event which causes innocent deaths can possibly be a good action. Describes why Julius Caesar was assassinated.
In the play Julius Caesar, written by William Shakespeare, the villains of the play, otherwise known as the conspirators, make a harsh decision on whether to assassinate an envied monarch or to live through his reign. Finally, they decide to remove the leader for their own reasons except for one, who was noblest of all. Due to this action, there are many consequences in Rome such as the death of all the conspirators, civil war, the fact that Caesar might have been a beneficial leader, the point that there was no reason in killing Caesar, and how the action achieved absolutely nothing. Obviously, the deed of killing Caesar was for the worst out of all.

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