Why does Antony use Caesar's will to persuade the people that Caesar was not a tyrant?
Having set the crowd against Brutus and his followers by repeatedly mocking Brutus's assertion of being honorable, Antony, a skillful speaker, knows that the crowd will be further swayed by evidence of how much Caesar loved them. He wants the common people to understand that the assassination of Caesar by Brutus and his fellow senators was not done...
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