What Have the Romans Done For Us?
00:00 - 01:19
1m 19s

Addressing an audience of eight activists, Reg contends that the Romans have stolen everything from them and then asks how the Romans have given them. To his surprise, they list out a large number of contributions, such as acqueducts, roads, medicine, education, health, and more.

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