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[14] and which urge that we all unite in colonizing a country so vast and so vulnerable that those who have heard the truth about it assert with one accord that if we are sensible and cease from our frenzy against each other we can quickly gain possession of it without effort and without risk and that this territory will easily accommodate all the people among us who are in want of the necessities of life.1 And these are enterprises than which, should all the world unite in the search, none could be found more honorable or more important or more advantageous to us all.

1 The theme of Isoc. 4 and of Isoc. 5.

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