CLA160H1 Chapter Notes -Gaius Gracchus, Tiberius Gracchus, Roman Senate

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Gaius gracchus: learning from tiberius" defeat, a wider program of reform, the various classes/group in roman society, the end. Gaius learned from his brother"s defeat. led him to adopt wider program of reform/change. he had more points and issues on his agenda. this meant that he addressed the interest of more groups in roman society. The main thing there was, there were little land, and couldn"t support themselves. how he then device the program? planning and thinking how to create a larger following for himself. Gaius program: agrarian commission continues (for the landless, pushed for more colonies (landless, extortion juries (roman knights, equites=equestrian)* wedge, military equipments (citizens, reduced grain prices (for the population of rome) Extortion juries* because governors in roman society were always senators. All political positions and tasks are held by senators. (from the bottom you rise the ladder and becoming the senate).

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