Why citizens feel guilty? (In act 1 scene 1 of julius casear)

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The citizens feel guilty because they had blindly believed the words of Brutus and assumed that Caesar was killed for the good of the nation. However, when Antony makes his speech, they are convinced about the motive of the conspirators and the intention behind killing Caesar. They also realise the goodness of the leader through his speech.

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