Herodotus Constitutional DebateQuestion Description Read the “constitutional debate” in Herodotus book 3.80-82. What’s going on here? Does Herodotus really expect us to believe that these Persians considered the option of democratic rule? Or is it a sign of bias even to doubt that possibility? How convincing do you find the arguments put forward?(link to read book three http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Herodotus/3C*.html )maybe try to read the whole thing to understand the story and then focus on the constitutional debate 80-82.BE VERY DETAILED and show understanding. you may only use Herodotus book “The Histories by Herodotus” and the question is related to book 3 in The Histories by Herodotus.Keep in mind the overall point of the discussion, and consider how you can build your point around clear references to the ancient source material we’re studying.