In whose interests did Gaius Julius Caesar act?

Guy Julius Caesar belonged to the Roman aristocracy.

His victories over barbarian tribes earned him the popularity of legionnaires who were representatives of the common people. His conquests and booty brought him the love of the common people – the plebeians.

To achieve power in Rome, Caesar sought an ally for himself and found him in the person of the common people. The enemies of Caesar were representatives of the aristocracy, who were frightened by the increase in the authority of Gaius Julius. For a successful fight against enemies, Caesar strove in every possible way to fight for the rights of the plebeians.

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