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DO MEN REALLY THINK ABOUT THE ROMAN EMPIRE ALL DAY? (And Other Fun Facts) | Jeremy Ryan Slate

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Episode Description: Jeremy Ryan Slate delves into the history of Ancient Rome, dissecting the transition from Republic to Empire, and the events that unfolded during the era. He also discusses the lives and reigns of significant figures like Julius Caesar, Marcus Aurelius, and Augustus. Jeremy makes comparisons to modern America, highlighting lessons that can be learnt relating to monetary policy, government structure and wealth distribution. They also explore narratives around power, perceived freedom and its restrictions, and the link between upward mobility and satisfaction in a nation's citizens.

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Episode Summary:

00:00 Introduction and Apologies

00:06 Discussing Email Overwhelm

02:01 YouTube Success and Challenges

02:37 Exploring JFK Assassination Theories

09:30 Unraveling the Mystery of the Roman Empire

10:07 Diving into Alexander the Great's History

28:59 Understanding the Wealth and Power of Rome

30:03 The Art of Propaganda and Ruler Worship

30:43 The Influence of Literature in Shaping Perception

31:09 The Tactics of Pompey and Caesar

31:59 Augustus: The Master of Positioning

32:39 The Expansion of Rome: Republic vs Empire

33:04 The Impact of Hadrian's Wall

33:57 The Fall of the Western Empire

34:23 The Longevity of Rome and the US in Comparison

34:48 The Mystery Years of the US

35:17 The Importance of Narrative in History

37:12 The Decline of the US and the Roman Empire: A Comparison

38:01 The Crisis of the 3rd Century

45:38 The Fall of the Byzantine Empire

48:39 The Impact of Modern Economy on Masculinity

51:04 The Importance of Upward Mobility in a Society

51:52 The Role of Monetary Policy in an Empire's Stability

54:20 The Future of the US Economy

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Episode Description: Jeremy Ryan Slate delves into the history of Ancient Rome, dissecting the transition from Republic to Empire, and the events that unfolded during the era. He also discusses the lives and reigns of significant figures like Julius Caesar, Marcus Aurelius, and Augustus. Jeremy makes comparisons to modern America, highlighting lessons that can be learnt relating to monetary policy, government structure and wealth distribution. They also explore narratives around power, perceived freedom and its restrictions, and the link between upward mobility and satisfaction in a nation's citizens.

Links:

Episode Summary:

00:00 Introduction and Apologies

00:06 Discussing Email Overwhelm

02:01 YouTube Success and Challenges

02:37 Exploring JFK Assassination Theories

09:30 Unraveling the Mystery of the Roman Empire

10:07 Diving into Alexander the Great's History

28:59 Understanding the Wealth and Power of Rome

30:03 The Art of Propaganda and Ruler Worship

30:43 The Influence of Literature in Shaping Perception

31:09 The Tactics of Pompey and Caesar

31:59 Augustus: The Master of Positioning

32:39 The Expansion of Rome: Republic vs Empire

33:04 The Impact of Hadrian's Wall

33:57 The Fall of the Western Empire

34:23 The Longevity of Rome and the US in Comparison

34:48 The Mystery Years of the US

35:17 The Importance of Narrative in History

37:12 The Decline of the US and the Roman Empire: A Comparison

38:01 The Crisis of the 3rd Century

45:38 The Fall of the Byzantine Empire

48:39 The Impact of Modern Economy on Masculinity

51:04 The Importance of Upward Mobility in a Society

51:52 The Role of Monetary Policy in an Empire's Stability

54:20 The Future of the US Economy

------------

  • What do YOU think of the show? Head to JamesAltucherShow.com/listeners and fill out a short survey that will help us better tailor the podcast to our audience!
  • Are you interested in getting direct answers from James about your question on a podcast? Go to JamesAltucherShow.com/AskAltucher and send in your questions to be answered on the air!

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Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please rate, review, and subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” wherever you get your podcasts:

Follow me on social media:

  continue reading

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