Democracy and Tyranny: Lessons from Ancient Rome

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— By The Daily Walk with Love. From what I have read,
Rome had seven centuries of almost unparalleled growth in size, power,
as well as an increasingly better life for most of its citizens,
until it became an empire about 27 B.C. After that, it was basically
only three centuries until Rome and the Roman empire were finished and done,
at least in the west. This is a huge lesson for America,
Empower democracy outside of corporate control (or by the military-industrial
complex), and America will flourish. If not, you face an end to America’s
strength in the world, as well as an end to the real respect of other nations
towards us. This, more than anything else, is the vitally important
lesson from ancient Greece and Rome.

August 15, 2020
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Democracy and Tyranny:
Lessons from Ancient Rome

America is in the Same, Dangerous
Situation Rome was at the End of the Roman
Republic and the Beginning of Empire. If we Value
our Democracy, We Must Renew the Civic Virtues
of Honor and Public Service.

The Daily Walk with Love (Link to Home page and Blog), August 15, 2020, by Paul Evans. Featured photograph is a beautiful sunset from www.artfile.ru, a wonderful Russian wallpaper website (which, however has links to pornography and some danger of spyware (click only the central, rectangular main photos).

Smithsonian Magazine on Pocket: Is this the verdict of history on America’s once-proud democracy? See: Lessons in the Decline of Democracy From the Ruined Roman Republic, by Jason Daley — “Aspects of our modern politics reminded University of California San Diego historian Edward Watts of the last century of the Roman Republic, roughly 130 B.C. to 27 B.C. That’s why he took a fresh look at the period in his 2018 book “Mortal Republic: How Rome Fell Into Tyranny.” Watts chronicles the ways the republic, with a population once devoted to national service and personal honor, was torn to shreds by growing wealth inequality, partisan gridlock, political violence and pandering politicians. He argues that the people of Rome chose to let their democracy die by not protecting their political institutions, eventually turning to the perceived stability of an emperor instead of facing the continued violence of an unstable and degraded republic.”

Paul Evans: From what I have read, Rome had seven centuries of almost unparalleled growth in size, power, as well as an increasingly better life for most of its citizens until it became an empire about 27 B.C. After that, it was basically only three centuries until Rome and the Roman empire were finished and done, at least in the west. This is a huge lesson for America, Empower democracy outside of corporate control (or by the military-industrial complex), and America will flourish. If not, you face an end to America’s strength in the world, as well as an end to the real respect of other nations towards us. This, more than anything else, is the vitally important lesson from ancient Greece and Rome.

Every Federal politician is sworn to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America. Are we really about to forsake that, as well as our sworn honor, and allow tyranny of ANY sort to flourish in America? Are we about to lose our very democracy? This really is up to each and every one of us. I still have faith in the American people, and will always fight for the average American and the poor, who have such a reduced political voice these days, because, honestly, I have no other choice before God. I know that is too “high-flown.” But I have blogged what I see as the truth now for over ten years.

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