The Early History of Rome: Books I-V - Study Guide Book 4, War & Politics: Chapter 1, War & Politics, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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This is the next 'book' within the entire work. It begins with coverage of the year 445BC. The decemvirs had been overcome. The populace had been chastised for their attitudes towards their politicians. This was limited to the important task of showing them how it was that they had contributed to the problems that Rome had faced in politics during the recent years.

The author continues with the same tone. The book is presented rich with facts and in an accessible manner. The narration is informative and clear. The author has the gift of writing in a manner that is colorful, yet after the manner of a bright cheerful day in real life rather than the style of a novel. The impression is that what the ancient author is sharing is unadulterated. The...

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