Project #81565 - 250 words Roman Empire

 Augustus’s greatest achievement, and that of the emperors to follow him, was the transformation of Rome into, in Augustus’ words, “a city of marble.” Do contemporary governments place as much value on the creation of public works? Provide an example or two supporting what you see as similarities or differences in this respect between modern “rulers” and the Roman emperors.

I just need a paragraph or 2 that is close to 250 words that can be tied into how when Rome was in ruins, Agustus planned grand civic improvements  that would be a kind of imperial propaganda, underscoring not only his power but also his care for the people in his role as pater pariae. Agustus called for a series of public works, eliciting the public's loyalties and succeeded.

One thought is regarding how our government reacted to "hurricane katrina." Hundreds displaced with no homes....Or a different situation comparing modern governments value of the creation of public works to those of the Romans.

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Due By (Pacific Time) 09/09/2015 09:30 pm
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