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One day during its campaign in the Alps, Julius Caesar's army arrived in a poor village. One of Caesar's men wondered aloud whether its citizens competed for civic honors or plotted to become political leaders.

"For my part," Caesar interjected, "I would rather be the chief man in this village than the second man in Rome."

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