The Rise Of Power By Alexander The Great, Genghis Khan, And Julius Caesar

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The Rise to Power
All great leaders have many similarities with one another. Leaders all over the globe have the ability to gain the support of their people and to keep it, which is definitely a challenge, but generally the way that’s done is the same for all leaders. But, the differences between leader’s characters and choices can be vastly different. This paper will discuss three great leaders named Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, and Julius Caesar, particularly how they inspired their people, the public’s opinion of the leader, each leader’s character, and overall which leader lead more efficiently and effectively.
This paper discusses Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, and Julius Caesar. Alexander the Great was the leader of Macedonia from 336-323 B.C., Genghis Khan was the leader of Mongolia from 1206-1227, and Julius Caesar was the leader of Rome from 49-44 B.C.. , , These leaders were chosen because throughout history they have left an amazing legacy and accolades rarely seized by others. These three rulers will always be remembered as some of the best leaders the world has ever seen.
Alexander the Great had an amazing political and military mind. With the tutelage of his father, Philip II, and a great education, he became one of the best leaders of all time. And even as a boy, many knew Alexander’s destiny was to rule. There came a day when Philoneicus the Thessalian brought Philip (Alexander’s father) a horse named Bucephalus. The king and his friends…
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