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Isocrates, On the Peace (ed. George Norlin), section 108 (search)
ple themselves, because of the depravity of the popular orators, desire the oligarchy which was established under the Four Hundred? And have not we, all of us, because of the madness of the Thirty,For the excesses of the Thirty see Isoc. 7.66 ff. become greater enthusiasts for democracy than those who occupied Phyle?Thrasybulus, the leader of the “people's party,” seized the fortress of Phyle on Mt. Parnes and held it against the Thirty until the democracy was restored. See Isoc. 7.64, note. ple themselves, because of the depravity of the popular orators, desire the oligarchy which was established under the Four Hundred? And have not we, all of us, because of the madness of the Thirty,For the excesses of the Thirty see Isoc. 7.66 ff. become greater enthusiasts for democracy than those who occupied Phyle?Thrasybulus, the leader of the “people's party,” seized the fortress of Phyle on Mt. Parnes and held it against the Thirty until the democracy was restored. See Isoc. 7.64