He also found Caesar crying a sick girl a day he had fever. He thinks that if he cannot handle such insignificant task of swimming and the trouble of fever he is cannot be able to handle the major tasks and problems of Rome. This is not actually true because Cassius is only proud and thinks he is better than Caesar. Caesar has won a number of great wars and respects his subjects which give him an upper hand when it comes to governing his people (Shakespeare 10).
People are moved by Brutus speech about why they killed Caesar and even wants to erect statues in Brutus to make him king which he declines by telling them to listen to Anthony. The peoples esteem about Brutus does not count because they are easily swayed by the Anthony speech. Anthony refers to the conspirators as honorable men but that actually portrays them as traitors and assassins. He shows people the Caesar body to stir the crowd against the conspirators. He even reveals that Caesar was not ambitious and craving for power as Brutus was referring to him and reads Caesar will about his generous legacy he left for Rome citizens. This agitates the crowds who lose control and want to revenge against the conspirators. They are lucky to have fled from Rome. This shows that their esteem on Brutus does not count because they seek to kill him eventually after the Anthony speech. These citizens of Rome are greatly swayed especially because of their high adoration of Caesar and need of new form of power (Croot 14).
Brutus refuses to join the conspiracy before because of his friendship and admiration of Caesar. Brutus is carried away by the abilities of Caesar and sees him as an ambitious, responsible man who is able to be worshipped by the people of Rome. Brutus joins the conspiracy after Caesar declares himself as the greatest dictator of the Rome. He joins the conspiracy due to his public responsibility to protect the Rome Empire from the corrupted power of the