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[12] For when all Hellas fell under the power of Athens, after the naval victory of Conon and the campaign of Timotheus, we were not able to hold our good fortune any time at all, but quickly dissipated and destroyed it.1 For we neither possess nor do we honestly seek to obtain a polity which can properly deal with our affairs.

1 In the disastrous “Social War.”

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