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Greek vs. Roman Political systems

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Tammy Pham

on 13 September 2012

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Ancient Greek Vs. Ancient Romans Political Systems By: Erica C. , Tammy P. , & Alex H. Romans Greeks Both had democratic government They were the most powerful democractics. Similarities Originally ruled by an oligarchy Originally ruled by republic Romans Greeks Only free adult men were citizens The Romans' women had more freedom then the Greeks' women Predisposition to favor the aristocracy Had more success in creating a centralized government Greek society began by the formation of the city state Aristotle divided Greek governments into monarchies, oligarchies, tyrannies, and democracies, and historians still use these same divisions. “Democracy.” Shannon Babbie, 2003. Web. 11 Sept. 2012.

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"Aristotle." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 13 Sept. 2012 Roman government led to series of civil wars, and form of government lost out to a kind of monarchy with an emperor at its head. The emperor still maintained the Senate, but they were at his command, and rarely voted for him. By the end of the Pax Romana, democracy was dead in Rome. People were angry that their government had not
been able to solve the many problems facing the Republic. Julius Caesar spoke publicly to the people about these problems, and promised to solve them if he could. The people supported Caeser. He became popular with the people and more powerful. Both governments fell Picture
"War and Game." Ignacio Ricci, 11 May 2011. Web. 13 Sept. 2012 Turning point was the Persian wars
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