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For Philip there could be no end or quittance of hostilities with Athens unless he should make the Thebans and Thessalians her enemies. Now, aIthough your commanders were conducting the war against him without ability and without success, he was vastly distressed both by the campaign and by the privateers; for he could neither export the products of his own country, nor import what he needed for himself.

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    • William Watson Goodwin, Commentary on Demosthenes: On the Crown, 147
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    • William Watson Goodwin, Commentary on Demosthenes: On the Crown, 230
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