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Revolution in Rome

The fundamental problem of the nature of history could hardly be more clearly illustrated than by three recent biographies of Marc Antony, Cleopatra, and Augustus.

The Settlement of the Roman Question

I may be mistaken. My perspective may be all wrong and my focus may be out of line. It may be that I am reading through Catholic spectacles the newspapers which lie before me. But, as I seek to understand them, the impression is gradually becoming a conviction that they contain the most far-reaching news item of this generation.