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Cicero was a Roman statesman and writer murdered by henchmen of Marc Antony during the proscription (mass killings) following the assassination of Julius Caesar. Cicero was fleeing in a litter carried by his household slaves from his villa near the sea, to the shore where an escape boat awaited him. He was caught by Antony's men and beheaded. I use this incident, a milestone in the loss of the Roman Republic's constitution, as a metaphor for the current gradual loss of the U.S. constitution.

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Cicero was a Roman statesman and writer murdered by henchmen of Marc Antony during the proscription (mass killings) following the assassination of Julius Caesar. Cicero was fleeing in a litter carried by his household slaves from his villa near the sea, to the shore where an escape boat awaited him. He was caught by Antony's men and beheaded. I use this incident, a milestone in the loss of the Roman Republic's constitution, as a metaphor for the current gradual loss of the U.S. constitution.

top The Death of Cicero

Cicero was a Roman statesman and writer murdered by henchmen of Marc Antony during the proscription (mass killings) following the assaination of Julius Caesar. Cicero was fleeing in a litter carried by his household slaves from his villa near the sea, to the shore where an escape boat awaited him. He was caught by Antony's men and beheaded. I use this incident, a milestone in the loss of the Roman Republic's constitution, as a metaphor for the current gradual loss of the U.S. constitution.

top The Death of Cicero

Cicero was a Roman statesman and writer murdered by henchmen of Marc Antony during the proscription (mass killings) following the assassination of Julius Caesar. Cicero was fleeing in a litter carried by his household slaves from his villa near the sea, to the shore where an escape boat awaited him. He was caught by Antony's men and beheaded. I use this incident, a milestone in the loss of the Roman Republic's constitution, as a metaphor for the current gradual loss of the U.S. constitution.

top The Death of Cicero

Cicero was a Roman statesman and writer murdered by henchmen of Marc Antony during the proscription (mass killings) following the assassination of Julius Caesar. Cicero was fleeing in a litter carried by his household slaves from his villa near the sea, to the shore where an escape boat awaited him. He was caught by Antony's men and beheaded. I use this incident, a milestone in the loss of the Roman Republic's constitution, as a metaphor for the current gradual loss of the U.S. constitution.

top The Death of Cicero

Cicero was a Roman statesman and writer murdered by henchmen of Marc Antony during the proscription (mass killings) following the assassination of Julius Caesar. Cicero was fleeing in a litter carried by his household slaves from his villa near the sea, to the shore where an escape boat awaited him. He was caught by Antony's men and beheaded. I use this incident, a milestone in the loss of the Roman Republic's constitution, as a metaphor for the current gradual loss of the U.S. constitution.

top The Death of Cicero

Cicero was a Roman statesman and writer murdered by henchmen of Marc Antony during the proscription (mass killings) following the assassination of Julius Caesar. Cicero was fleeing in a litter carried by his household slaves from his villa near the sea, to the shore where an escape boat awaited him. He was caught by Antony's men and beheaded. I use this incident, a milestone in the loss of the Roman Republic's constitution, as a metaphor for the current gradual loss of the U.S. constitution.