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Here in the indictment my accuser endeavors to vilify me, charging that I corrupt young men1 by teaching them to speak and gain their own advantage in the courts contrary to justice, while in his speech he makes me out to be a man whose equal has never been known either among those who hang about the law-courts or among the devotees of philosophy; for he declares that I have had as my pupils not only private persons but orators, generals, kings, and despots;2 and that I have received from them and am now receiving enormous sums of money.

1 An echo of Plat. Apol. 23c-d.

2 See General Introd. p. xxix.

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