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[142] and who in words express anxiety for the welfare of the Hellenes but in fact outrage and blackmail and make them so bitter against us1 that some of our states when pressed by war would sooner and more gladly open their gates to the besiegers than to a relief force from Athens. But one would grow weary of writing were he to attempt to go through the whole catalogue of iniquities and depravities.

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