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were against Antony, due to Brutus' previous speech. Antony did an excellent job of persuading the crowd and moving them to mutiny, which was his original purpose, although, it was Antony's appeal to the crowds emotions that ultimately swayed them to his side.
In conclusion, both Brutus and Antony's speeches were very important to the story so that the point could be lead across of Caesar's death. Both characters shared their opinions and in the end, one got the approval of the crowd. In this, Antony did a very good job of moving the crowd to mutiny.