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Analysis and Presentation of Historical Views of LeadershipLEWIS BEETSUNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX
Analysis and Presentation of Historical Views of LeadershipJulius Caesar and Abraham Lincoln are undeniably two men who made history through their leadership expeditions on their respective nationsone key aspect of how they made history comes into mind: their assassinationcomparing the assassination of an American president to that of Julius Caesar reveals both similarities and differencesThe similarity is that they were both assassinated by men that disagreed with Lincolns and Caesar's authority and power, and how they used their power.
What made Julius Caesar a LeaderJulius Caesar quickly rose to the dictator of Rome and was assassinated by his political rivals because of difference of views.In most modern and ancient histories, Julius Caesar is considered a demagogue and a dictatorJulius Caesar was known for his highly intelligent strategiescontroversial methods and staunchly brusque actions as a military leaderpolitician of the Roman Empire

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