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What was the result of the civil wars between leaders of the wealthy and lower classes in Rome during the 2nd and 1st centuries B.C. (200-1 B.C.)?

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    Victorious generals became dictators. The Senate gave public lands to all unemployed Romans. The Republic was destroyed by foreign invaders. A revolution resulted in the growth of democratic government.

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