Rome was divided into two classes. The patricians or nobility were one class and the plebeians or commoners were the others. The patricians initially had all the privileges and one of the most important was they can hold office. The plebeians resented this and rose in revolt. As a result, reforms were made and eventually the plebeians were given rights as well.
The changes: They were allowed to form the Council of Plebs and elect their own officials, become consuls, and pass laws.
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all of the following apply except for (a. excessive credit on real estate resulting in defaulted loans.
in 1819, panic swept the country due,in part, to the rapid expansion of american manufacturing during the war of 1812 and the distress caused by the post-war british competition. the rapid expansion of american farming was another factor.
the right answer for the question that is being asked and shown above is that: "their policy of "divide and rule" pitted political groups against each other to keep any one group from becoming too powerful. " the participant in european imperialism is being described below is that their policy of "divide and rule" pitted political groups against each other to keep any one group from becoming too powerful.