Practice essay and exam review

Practice essay and exam review - For the subjects of...

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For the subjects of ancient Rome, the Roman Republic fared better for their daily lives. This was so because there was a system set up of quaestors as other such officials specifically to care for the society of Ancient Rome. The empire was harsh and demanding in its daily requests. Because of this, it is not surprising that political freedom and voting powers were lost, even by the upper class citizens. However, even during the Roman Empire, the citizens were treated on a much more lax system of standards than alien residents were. As far as crime and punishment, Roman citizens had more of a fighting chance to maintain their innocence. A trial could be given and the punishment was much less severe for such an array of criminal activity. However, the empire could not be totally to blame for its downfall. A bizarre outbreak of disease, famine, and civil war did not aid Roman patriotism or citizen’s rights in the least bit. The Roman Republic fared better for Roman subjects in the sense that more concern was taken for the society’s wellbeing, however, the Roman
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