Shakespeare's Sonnets

How did the conspirators see themselves?

Julius Caesar , Act 3 Scene 1

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Rome should be a republic for the people, by the people.....Really the conspirators were largely in it for their own gain, history is riddled with stories like this. They see their actions as heroic and similar to how Brutus's grandfather killed another tyrant. Cassius suggests that future generations will remember and make immortal the conspirators’ "gift" to Rome for generations.