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SS Unit 3 Chapter 8d

Section 3 - discussion questions

How was Octavian like Caesar? He declared himself ruler for life and he also knew that many people favored a republic
How was Octavian different Caesar? he reformed government so that a Senate with limited power existed while he remained in charge
What is a triumvirate a political alliance of three people
Who was Cicero, and how did he influence the writers of the U.S. Constitution? Cicero was a political leader whose ideas on a representative government with limited powers influenced the U.S. Constitution.
What reforms did the Gracchus brothers suggest? The Gracchus brothers wanted the government to take back public land and give it to landless farmers. Landholding senators opposed their proposals.
What was the "bread and circuses" policy, and how did Roman politicians benefit from it? The "bread and circuses" policy was the use of cheap food and free entertainment to win support from the poor.
What reforms did Julis Caesar put in place that increased his popularity with poor and working-class Romans? Caesar provided land fro the poor and created new jobs. He also ordered landholders to hire more free workers.
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