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What America should heed from Julius Caesar’s assassination

16 March 2024

1:43 AM

16 March 2024

1:43 AM

It being the Ides of March, I thought it might be worth reflecting briefly on the most famous event that occurred on this day: the assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 BC. One of the great ironies surrounding that bloody event is that, for all of the upheaval it occasioned, it failed utterly in its stated purpose.

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