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Selecting a good leader for a country is like dominoes The leader needs to be somebody that wont make the occasional mistake that would in dominoes hit one of the others and make them all fall down If the leader does their job correctly the country will be strong A good leader must be able to make his own decisions because if he cannot he will be considered a weak leader A countrys leader must be able to communicate with the people as well because if he gets the people of the country to listen then his job would be much easier Also if the leader were noble to his countrymen then there would not be any disputes within the country In Julius Caesar Mark Antony is a perfect example of a good leader Not only is he a confident and noble person he is also persuasive and that helps in becoming a good leader Antony would be a good leader of Rome because he is confident noble and persuasive He never changes his mind when he makes a decision and that is good in a leader When the triumvirate was making a list of people to kill Antony came across the name of his nephew Even though it was his nephew that he was killing Antony said He shall not live look with a spot I damn him IVi9 Antony had to kill his nephew who might oppose him and he did not want to take the chance Another part where Antonys confidence in decision-making was when he was talking to Octavius about Lepidus The triumvirate was made up of three people Antony Lepidus and Octavius and so The threefold world divided he should stand One of the three to share it IVi14-15 Antony meant that Lepidus would not be capable of ruling a third of the world and that he would rather take half and Octavius take the other half Antonys confidence
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