These pioneering writings on the mechanics, tactics, and strategies of government were devised by the Roman Republic’s most enlightened thinker.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Against Verres (II, 5): How Not to Govern a Province 2. For Murena: When to Sacrifice a Principle 3. For Balbus: The Admission of Foreigners to Citizenship 4. On the State (III): The Ideal Form of Government (V, VI): The Good Statesman 5. On Laws (III): How to Run the Ideal Government 6. The Brutus: The Importance of Oratory 7. The Philippics (IV, V, X): Against Rule by One Man Appendix I: Some of the Arguments used in For Balbus Appendix II: Minor Orators Mentioned in the Brutus Maps The Roman Empire in 51 B.C. Italy Sicily Eastern Europe The East Western Europe and North Africa Plan of Rome