Public opinion in the Roman Republic

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The article deals with the forms of the public opinion manifestation in the Republican Rome. The authors show that in the Roman Republic the public opinion existed in the form of the ‘public tribunal’ of the Roman people that was respected, omnipresent, all-pervading and volatile.

About the authors

A T Gasparishvili

Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov

Email: Gasparishvili@gmail.com
Analytical Department of the Rectorate

L V Zotova

Center for Social Technologies

Email: 3otova@list.ru

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