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Julius Caesar Anticipation Guide
Agree or Disagree It is never right to kill another person.
Agree or Disagree Political leaders usually act in the best interest of their countries.
Agree or Disagree If a political leader has done something wrong, it is all right to get rid of him or her by whatever means are necessary.
Agree or Disagree “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”
Agree or Disagree In certain situations it may be justified for a political leader to bend or break the law for the good of the country.
Agree or Disagree People should never compromise their ideals or beliefs.
Agree or Disagree “My country right or wrong” is not just a slogan; it is every citizen’s patriotic duty. (I will support my country whether it is right or wrong.)
Agree or Disagree No cause, political or otherwise, is worth dying for.
Agree or Disagree “Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant taste of death but once.” (Cowards die many small deaths; the brave only die once.)
Agree or Disagree “The evil men do lives after them; the good is [often buried] with their bones.” (People remember the bad things others do, but forget about the great things.)
Agree or Disagree Chaos results when lawful social order is broken.
Agree or Disagree The best intentions of good, noble people can lead to tragedy.
Agree or Disagree Language is a powerful weapon, and in the hands of a skilled person, it can be used to manipulate others.
Agree or Disagree Violence and bloodshed can never have morally good results.
Agree or Disagree Orderliness and stable rule, even though dictatorial, are preferable to chaos.
Agree or Disagree Although over two thousand years have passed, people have not changed much since Caesar’s time.
Agree or Disagree Power can change a person.
Agree or Disagree Some things in life just cannot be explained by humans.
Agree or Disagree Ancient Romans contributed to our knowledge/use of architecture today.
Agree or Disagree. Ancient Romans contributed to our knowledge/use of medicine today.
Anticipation Guide It is never right to kill another person It is never right to kill another person AgreeDisagree.
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