Fall of Rome

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American History

 

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Kirsten J

 

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August 16, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Political, economic, religious, and outside forces were the major factors that led to the fall of the giant empire. Most of the problems came from within the city and were not caused by a major military defeat. Every decision that Rome made had a vast affect on city itself and the rest of the world...
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Many foolish decisions by terrible emperors weakened the city and eventually caused many aspects of life to crumble. At one time a common religion was a huge factor that kept Romans united. Once the right of free worship was denied, Rome became an empire of raging anger. Christianity a new religion appealed to the majority of the people of the Roman Empire...
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