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Why You Shouldn't Take Over the Government 2

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by: Drew Warchut
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Publication Date: May 30, 2018
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 84
Binding: Perfect Bound

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Book Synopsis
In 66 B.C.E, the designate consuls for the following year, Publius Cornelius Sulla and Publius Petronius, were ejected from their seat as consuls on the charge of ambitus, or electoral bribery. To fill the void, a second election was issued to which Lucius Sergius Catilina, a major proponent and servitor to Sulla’s proscriptions, had emerged. As consequence for alleged extortion of African provinces previously under his control, his eligibility for candidateship was temporarily suspended until the controversy was completely resolved.
After being acquitted of all accusations of criminal activity in 65 B.C.E, Catiline ran for the consular election of 64, which featured two other candidates: Antonius Hybrida and Marcus Tullius Cicero. Catiline, of a wealthy yet declining family, failed at securing either seat of consul. Disgruntled but not yet demoralized, Catiline sought once more consulship in 63.
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