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[7] For there is grave danger that anyone who proposes and urges that we shall defend ourselves may incur the charge of having provoked the war. I therefore first of all state and define this question—whether it is in our power to discuss the alternative of peace or war.]1

1 Probably the second clause has no connection with the first, but is an alternative form of the beginning of the next sentence.

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