How might the ideas of Horace serve as advice for and/or commentary on present-day American society?
What did you learn in the excerpt by Horace: Poems p. 149-150 in Chapter 6 Rome: The Rise to Empire.

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The Poems of Horace (pp. 149-150)
1) In “Civil War” Horace speaks against war, citing the numb conscience of Rome’s citizens as the cause of brother fighting against brother. In “To Be Quite Frank” Horace satirizes a middle aged woman who tries to dress and act like a young girl....

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