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1. Cicero om staten • Hvilke forskellige styreformer omtaler han? Folkestyre, aristokrati, kongedømme

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• Hvilke fordele og mangler mener han, der er ved de enkelte styreformer? Folkestyre: Fordele: folket bestemmer selv – mere lighed og retfærdighed Ulemper: Samfundet bygger på retfærdighed og lighed så derfor mister folk rang og værdighed. Aristokrati: Fordele: en gruppe dannede mennesker bestemmer. De ved hvad der bedst for folket. Ulemper: borgerne får ikke del i frihedens goder og har ikke mulighed for at regere og lignende som de rigere og finere i samfundet har. Kongedømme: Fordele: en retfærdig og klog konge ledte et stabilt samfund. Ulemper: undersåtterne er retsløse og har ingen indflydelse. • Kan man se ud af teksten, hvad Cicero selv foretrækker? Han virker meget accepterende over for de forskellige andre styreformer og vil allerhelst leve i et samfund uden uretfærdighed og magtbegær, uanset om det styres af en der er valgt af en gruppe fornemme mennesker, om det er folket selv der styrer eller om det er en respektabel konge der regerer. 2. "Den lille bog om at stille op til valg" • Hvordan skal en kandidat sikre sig effektiv opbakning til sin valgkampagne? Han skal have venner i de forskellige samfundslag for at være foran de andre kandidater. På den måde sikrer han sig en fordel og en mere sikker og blandet opbakning. Hvilke metoder kan man tage i anvendelse over for vælgere og modkandidater? Hvor sætter forfatteren grænsen? Han skal i tiden op til valget være ekstra sød overfor alle hans potentielle vælgere. Desto flere mennesker han får til at bakke sig op, jo bedre og dem får han ved hjælp af smiger, venlighed, tillid og et godt ry. Han snakker godt nok også om han skal sprede rygter om hans modkandidater for at virke bedre selv.

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