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Corruption was seen as a major factor in the collapse of Republican Rome, as Valentina Arena's subsequent essay "Fighting Corruption: Political Thought and Practice in the Late Roman Republic" argues. It was in reaction to this perception of the Republic's political fortunes that an array of legislative and institutional measures were established and continually reformed to become more effective. What this chapter shows is that, as in Greece, the public sphere was distinct from the privatedoi:10.1093/oso/9780198809975.003.0003 fatcat:uc3vkqskgzagjdp6cwitapzt4m