Consul of Rome, 59-58, 48-44. "Behold, here you have a man who was ambitious to be king of the Roman people and master of the whole world; and he achieved it! The man who maintains that such an ambition is morally right is a madman; for he justifies the destruction of law and liberty and thinks their hideous and detestable suppression glorious." [Marcus Tullius Cicero, -44 (1928), III, 83]