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"Had you rather Caesar/ were living and die all slaves than that Caesar were dead/ to live all free men?" (III.i.22-24).
"[It was] not that I loved Caesar less,/ but that I loved Rome more" (III.i.21-22).
"Believe me for/ mine honor and have respect to mine honor that you/ may believe" (III.ii.14-16).
He is saying that would you rather CAesar be your ruler and die under his rules as a slave or Caesar be dead and all citizens would have their own rights and die free.
Brutus is expressing his love for Rome and he is showing that he cares for his city and the people that live in it.
HE is saying that if you honor and respect him as a man, you will believe him when he says that what he did to Caesar was too for the better of Rome.
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