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[31] And those to whom, after having injured them, we shall be enabled to do many acts of justice, in the idea that it will he easy to repair the wrong; as Jason the Thessalian1 said one should sometimes commit injustice, in order to be able also to do justice often.

1 Tyrant of Pherae.

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