What are your feelings about loyalties of the common people in the tragedy of Julius Caesar?

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Well, my feelings and your feelings might be very different, but I mostly feel sad. Why? Because the common people seem to genuinely care for Caesar, but can't think particularly clearly. As a result, the rulers of Rome can whip them into a frenzy and point the mob in whatever direction they want. (At least Mark Anthony can, and I assume other good speakers could.)


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