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Erik Gunderson

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Citizenship categories
1.Full roman citizenship
2.Latin rights gives roman property rights
a.Originally have latin rights
b.Later have roman rights
c.Always still have obligations to their former master who is now freemans
5.Foreigners members of tributary, free, or allied cities
a.Becomes good patron client after freed
b.Only the master can do stuff to slaves not other peoples slaves its their
property plus its limited of what stuff they can do
c.They can rape but not beat
6.Start acquiring more power than peers, they face a charge aspiring to tyranny or
7.Value system custom of our fore fathers
8.Changing classical period, impersonal or structural, economic changes led to real
changes of society, war and expansion increased revenue
a.Used to be a patron from a town, now you can be patron of big economic
b.More supply of grain
9.Republican citizenship Theoretical Basis
a.Equality of rights
b. Inequality of participation
c.Geometrical representation

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i.Uneven stakeholders
ii.Military, political, fiscal
iii.Moderate democracy
d.More responsibilities means more rights
e.The basic principle is never radically challenged
10.Political ideas
a.Census represents the armed citizenry
b.Census encompasses community standing broadly conceived
c.Census suppose to be once every 5 years
d.Census is mandatory
11.Roman magistracies, general principle
b.One year
c.Extension if needed via prorogation
i.Has to be voted on
d.Gap between holding same office again
f. Veto by colleagues
i.To get in your way
ii.Didnt like what you are doing they go to the other consul to prevent
iii.Veto anyone below you
g.Veto from above
12.Exceptions to the general principles
a.Censors every 5 years
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