1. What does Caesar think must be changed radically in Rome, at the beginning of the book?
While speaking with Aurelia at the beginning of the book, Caesar says that the current Roman system of offices and the management of the provinces needs radical change.
2. How does Caesar plan to bring about the radical change that he thinks Rome needs?
At the beginning of the book, Caesar tells Aurelia that he plans to bring about the radical change that he thinks is needed in the government system by building up his own unique faction.
3. Why have so many people pledged their loyalty to Caesar?
Many people have pledged their loyalty to Caesar because of his strong family lineage.
4. Why is it surprising that Caesar has so many loyal followers?
It is a bit surprising to others that Caesar has such a strong following of loyal supporters because in spite of his strong family lineage, he has very little personal wealth to claim.
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