The Conspiriacy of Caitiline I-XII
1. For what does Sallust say the mind is needed in war?
(a) For planning.
(b) To know if a war needs to be fought.
(c) To keep the belief in the cause strong.
(d) To understand the enemy.
2. With what does Sallust say his ancestors built great empires?
(a) With brute strength.
(b) With intellect.
(c) With brute strength and intellect.
(d) With a desire to control people.
3. Why does an empire need to have an emphasis on the mind?
(a) The government has to be smarter than the slaves.
(b) There is so much paperwork.
(c) The government has to educate the people.
(d) The government would be constantly changing without it.
4. What does Sallust think a reader of history believes?
(a) It is always censored.
(b) History is generally boring.
(c) It is written with a bias.
(d) It is completely accurate.
5. What type of people in general, did Sallust say the army had?
(a) People who wanted to serve.
(b) Alturistic people.
(c) Power hungry people.
(d) Patriotic people.
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