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Outline for Paper
1. Shakespeare's use of human traits in his play
2. Examples of deceit and naivete in Caesar parallel with examples of today
II September 11 -- naive
1. Examples of how Caesar was unaware of signs
2. Examples of how U.S. was unaware of signs
3. Tie them together with "ides of march"
III September 11 -- deceit
1. Terrorists lived here and no one knew
2. Caesar's friends plotted and he never knew
3. Tie in together with trust issues, and Brutus plotting like terrorists did
IV Columbine High School -- deceit
1. Two "normal" students went on shooting rampage
2. Caesar's supporters went on rampage and killed him
3. Students' neighbors never knew (Washington Post story)
4. Caesar never saw it coming until it was too late
1. Sum up the intro paragraph from another angle
2. Use examples from each paragraph
3. Caesar never had chance to change
4. American is changing
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