In what ways did Octavian and other emperors during the Pax Romana solve the most pressing social and political problems of the Roman Republic? a) identify the key parts of the Roman republic's political structure; b) analyze the most divisive and controversial problems during the republic; c) show how the Roman emperors solved (or attempted to solve) those problems.
They used their engineering skills to build a good road system that aided troop movement and communication, thereby resolving the insecurity problem.
a) The Roman republic was a democratically elected government. The Senate and four assemblies make up the government: the Comitia Curiata, Comitia Centuriata, Concilium Plebis, and Comitia Tributa.
b) The most pressing issues were high crime rates, corruption, and a shortage of funds to operate the government.
c)The empire was divided into two sections, and infrastructure was improved to facilitate the movement of security forces.