Tiberius Gracchus: destroyer or reformer of the Republic? Edited with an introduction by John M. Riddle.

Lexington, Mass., Heath [1970] .

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Subjects Gracchus, Tiberius Sempronius.
Roma (Italia) -- Historia -- Hasta 476.
Rome -- Histoire -- 265-30 av. J.-C. (République)
Series Problems in European civilization.
Description xvii, 94 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1970]
Contents The life of Tiberius, by Plutarch.--The events of 133 B.C., by Appian.--A well-meaning conservative who leads a revolution, by T. Mommsen.--Poor sources for Tiberius, by E. Meyer.--The first sign of a great awakening, by A.H.J. Greenidge.--The difficulty of interpreting the sources on Tiberius, by M. Gelzer.--Plutarch's and Appian's sources, by P. Fraccaro.--An uncompromising reformer who may have acted legally, by F.B. Marsh.--The need for agricultural reform and the illegality of Octavius' removal, by H.M. Last.--The political origins of the agrarian program, by J. Carcopino.--Tiberius' purpose: include all Italians in the land bill, by J. Göhler.--Purely a social reformer for the Romans, by D. Kontchalovsky.--The urban side of the Gracchan economic crisis, by H.C. Boren.--A politician and not a social reformer, by D.C. Earl.--Guilty of unconstitutional behavior, by E. Badian.--The relationship between the Licinian-Sextian law of 367 and Tiberius' law of 133, by G. Tibiletti.--Destroyer of the harmony of the Republic, by R.E. Smith.--Forerunners of the Gracchi, by L.R. Taylor.--The opposition's view of Tiberius, by H.C. Boren.--A summary and an opinion, by S. Katz.--Suggestions for additional reading (pages 91-94).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)52286
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WorldCat Identities Riddle, John M.,
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