“Caesar eliminated the Republic by refusing to lay down the control over his ARMY which he brought back into Italy from Gaul. He and his successors ruled THROUGH the Senate no by executive fiat in any case. They never eliminated the Senate just its power.”
There’s a reason the previous poster emboldened the word “republic.” It was the republican form of government that Caesar killed, even if the senate persisted in name. Or maybe he only put it in coma, and Augustus killed it. Whatever, Rome ceased to be a republic. I wonder, according to what you post, whether you know what a republic is.
You have an ironic sense of humor...
In REALITY the Roman Republic ended long before Caesar. It had devolved into class war at home and the control of distant provinces by the ultra-wealthy who often fielded their own armies. Republics were considered appropriate governments only for small states not the great empire Rome created.
I’m sure my understanding of Roman history and politics is sufficient for me to discuss them with you.