Julius Caesar waged campaigns of strategic boldness and tactical prudence. He fused himself into both head of state and military commander and in the chaos of the late republic, where it became nearly impossible to distinguish war as politics by other means, Caesar waged both war and politics. In his success was sown the seeds of his demise and that of the republic he served.
This episode was written by Brandon Stanley
Brandon is a writer of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction currently residing in Abilene Texas. He has been a student of information technology, technical writing, history, and philosophy.