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rt, am guided by the authority of many men, and
especially of that most eloquent and most wise man, Lucius Crassus; who—when he was
defending Lucius Plancius, whom Marcus Brutus, a man both vehement and able as a speaker, was
prosecuting; when Brutus, having set two men to read, made them read alternate chapters out of
two speeches of his, entirely contrary to one another, because when he was arguing against
that motion which was introduced against the colony of Narbo, he disparaged the authority of the senate as much as he could, but when
he was urging the adoption of the Servilian law, he extolled the senate with the most
excessive praises; and when he had read out of that oration many things which had been spoken
with some harshness against the Roman knights, in order to inflame the minds of those judges
against Crassus—is said to have been a good deal agitated. And so, in making his reply, he first of all explained the differe