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[106] I draw my inference from their actions while they lived. For your father, in dealing with those states which I am urging you to cultivate, kept on friendly terms1 with them all. And the founder of your empire, although he aspired higher than did his fellow citizens2 and set his heart on a king's power, was not minded to take the same road as others who set out to attain a like ambition.

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