Julius Caesar - Presented By Paul W. Collins
A quintessential leader enlivens this story: Julius Caesar — general, statesman and magnanimous sovereign; brilliant, effective, and canny. In 55 B.C. he had led the first Roman invasion of Britain; now, ten years later, he returns from his latest campaign, defeating a rebellion in Spain.
Another admired Roman, Marcus Brutus, chief praetor (judge), who hopes to succeed him, is also charismatic, and considers himself a patriot. He reveres his namesake forebear, one of the capital’s founders, and he resists the strong urgings of his own ambition.
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