What does the fact that Brutus leaves right after speaking show about his character? Why would this be important to the story? act 3, scene 2

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Brutus trusts the crowd to be as loyal to Rome as he is. It never dawns upon him that a true assassin does not kill for love of country, but kills out of hate, envy, or other misguided motives. Brutus never...

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