Why does Cassius say that they, not Caesar, have the falling sickness?

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William Delaney eNotes educator| Certified Educator

Good question. He may mean that they are all metaphorically falling because they are losing their political power to Caesar and are in danger of losing much more as Caesar rises in power.

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