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1 The argument is here condensed. Demosthenes imagines a juryman as saying to himself, “Demosthenes did not retaliate; therefore the insult was not really intolerable.” He replies, “That only shows my forebearance. You ought to punish Meidias as severely as you would if I had shown that the insult was intolerable by hitting him back.”
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