The Ancient Roman Meaning of “Dictator”, the Legality of Murdering a Tyrant, and the Reason Children Start Their Education at Age 5

The term “dictator” has a pejorative connotation today but when it was first used, it was actually a title and was intended to refer to a “person who is permitted to do anything while in office to preserve the republic, up to and including illegal activities, activities which they could not be prosecuted for once having left office”. The term “dictator” is derived from the Latin term “dictare” which means “to say often” in Latin. While it was illegal to kill a dictator, it was legal to kill a ty...

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