Caligula,claudius,and Nero

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The roman Emperor had become a position of such prestige and power, that it turned the heads of weak-minded rulers. Caligula,the first of these, had a marble stable and an ivory manger built for his horse. Then he proposed to makehis horse consul.

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Fiscal PoPaul Samuelson (excerpt)-Chapter 15(425-427) Another path was somewhat less formal, mathematically, but was still highly formal relative to Marshallian economics. This work had a major influence on the economics presented in economic texts.Of the many economists involved in this formalization, Paul Samuelson is probably the best known. Born in 1915, Samuelson began graduate economics studies at Harvard in 1935 after acquiring a strong undergraduate background in mathematics. There he proceeded to publish significant articles applying mathematics to both micro- and macroeconomic theory. He received his Ph.D. in 1941 at the age of twenty-six, and by the time he was thirty-two had become a full professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the first recipient of the American Economic Association's John Bates Clark Award, which is given to economists under fort

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