Cato's Letters

Cato's Letters

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  • You're right Cato Elder. And no one even us who really wrote them.
  • Did you read about what Cato said about the king this time!?
  • Look Cato Younger everyone's reading our letters!
  • Cato's Letters
  • I love this song! It has a really good beat to it.
  • Really? Not me. This isn't really my style.
  • In the 1720s, two authors, Cato Elder and Cato Younger, wrote letters anonymously under the name Cato. Their letter became so popular that they in libraries and even published in the America. These letters truly are an important part of history and without them the world would be a completely different place today.
  • They wrote these letters to argue against the king's intense rule. These letters were a way to expose the king for who he truly is without the risk of anyone finding out their real identity. It was important to them and they felt that the people had the right to find out who their ruler really is.
  • Cato's Letters informed the people of England of what the king really does and how he treats the people. They also encouraged freedom of speech and freedom of expression. These letters were very important and introduced several rights that Americans have today. With Cato's Letters we are allowed to express and inform the way we pleased without any restriction.
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