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Mark the statement if it describes Roman society during the time of Cincinnatus.

A.
Rome’s government was based on law in which many people had a voice.

B.
Rome was being surrounded and threatened by outside forces.

C.
People in Rome admired those who used their abilities to get and keep power.

I think the answer is B

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